The General Services Administration on Monday put out a call for “green” technologies that the federal government can potentially use in its buildings.
The agency, which manages the federal real-estate portfolio, plans to use its own facilities “as a test bed to evaluate the viability of emerging building technologies and practices to save energy, water, and reduce operational costs,” according to a statement.
The GSA said it is seeking technologies that can be donated or provided to the government through testing agreements, with a submission deadline of Dec. 9. The request comes as part of the agency’s Green Proving Ground program, which seeks to find ways to make federal buildings more resource-efficient.
The GSA owns and leases more than 9,200 facilities, all of which could potentially be used for testing innovations.
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