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Albuquerque, the “Duke City,” is located along the banks of the Rio Grande near the Sandia Mountains. Albuquerque’s clear skies, calm winds, and abundant sunshine present plenty of opportunities to explore its natural splendor.
The University of New Mexico won the 2009 design/build award for the Building Intelligence GridWise project installed at their Albuquerque campus. A rooftop Solar Array is used with energy storage technology to limit demand spikes.
Georgia O’Keeffe Elementary School is a new 2 story building with 84,086 total gross square footage.This project is pursuing a LEED for Schools Silver certification, by using innovative daylighting techniques, storm water collection, thermal storage, operable windows, proper solar orientation, and an extremely efficient HVAC system.
The Cognitive Behavioral Institute of Albuquerque has been designed to reduce its energy use by more than 50% compared to a typical office building. It has solar photovoltaic system to provide surplus electricity for at least 8 months a year.
Albuquerque green business certification is provided with a unique opportunity to gain attention and reach a larger community.
Green Certification can result in reduction of operating and maintenance costs.
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