Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) is a City of Austin initiative to “cultivate innovation in building for the enrichment of the community’s environmental, economic, and human well being.”Austin Energy Green Building Beginning in 1991, it is the first rating system in the U.S. for evaluating the sustainability of buildings, and received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Projects are rated on a scale between one to five using both required and voluntary sustainable measures.” In 1995 a checklist for commercial buildings was added, and a multifamily checklist in 1998. Our Rating System
The Climate Protection Resolution in 2007 and Community Climate Resolution in 2017 established net-zero goals for community-wide greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050.
Easton Park Austin Energy Green Building
Homes in Easton Park are required to have a minimum of a two-star rating per the Pilot Knob MUD OrdinanceOrdinance 2151217-080 – City of Austin – Page 3.
- Austin Energy Green Building
- Residential, Commercial, and Multifamily ratings and guides
- Austin Energy Green Building Zoning Agreements
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