Alabama

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Yes

a. Set benchmarking requirements for commercial buildings and encourage cities and states to adopt performance-based standards for buildings

b. Provide rebates to homeowners who invest in energy efficiency improvements

Yes

c. Provide incentives to states and localities to adopt the most up-to-date energy building codes

Yes

d. Renew and expand tax incentives for energy efficient buildings

 

e. Require federal buildings to meet aggressive energy efficiency and carbon reduction targets

 

f. Provide support to states and localities to make buildings more resilient from natural hazards and disasters

Yes

g. Invest in the retrofitting of schools, community centers, libraries and other civic buildings to improve occupant safety and reduce energy consumption, especially in underserved communities

 

h. Conduct research into the most promising technologies, products and materials that improve occupant health and reduce transmission of contagious disease while saving energy

 

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Alaska​

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