Energy-efficiency building code changes pass Delaware Senate

New buildings in Delaware would have to be more energy-efficient under legislation that cleared the Senate.

05/18/2009


 

As highlighted in a story in The Delaware Business Ledger ,

Under Senate Bill 59, building codes would have to be updated to reflect the

latest in energy-efficient building standards, a move which Sen. Harris B.

McDowell III, D-Wilmington North, said would pay dividends for the state in

more ways than one. The bill cleared the Senate on a 19-2 vote and now heads to

the House for action. (From Senate Majority Caucus)]

 

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