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Government should be energy-aware

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His order, however, doesn’t have the details you’d like to see in such an effort. There are no targets for energy efficiency standards or strict guidelines on how to make state government run more cleanly.

It requires the governor’s Division of Administration to develop a three-year plan with state agencies to set energy efficiency goals for state office buildings and facilities. On its face, that would seem to include universities like Louisiana Tech and Grambling State University. That might mean changes in our neck of the woods, but we have yet to see.

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