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6923 - Energy Conservation

In light of the increasing cost and dwindling supply of conventional energy sources, a life cycle cost analysis shall be required of each major construction project. A life cycle cost analysis shall include a description of:

  1. Insulation and heat retention factors;
  2. Variable occupancy and operating conditions to be incurred by the facility;
  3. Overall supply and demand of the facility's energy system and actual or potential utilization of outside energy sources, such as climate;
  4. Initial cost of energy plant; and
  5. An energy consumption analysis comparing alternative energy systems. 



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  • RCW 39.35 Energy conservation in design of public facilities