The city of Frederick should offer incentives and options for architects and developers to design and build more energy-efficient buildings, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the city’s aldermen were told Wednesday.

The city should provide developers with a final energy efficiency goal to meet for projects, but give them various options of how to reach the goal, rather than strict requirements, Bruce Zavos, president of Zavos Architecture and Design, told the aldermen at a workshop.

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TrekMan

Going green is usually more expensive! Especially during these times of crazy inflation.

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