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Austin Energy Green Building

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.”[1]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. [2]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 Ordinance[3]Ordinance 2151217-080 – City of Austin – Page 3.



Updated on September 9, 2021

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