New regulations were approved by the California State Allocation Board that determine how $100 million in high performance school incentives will be spent. The program will fund new construction and modernization projects that promote the efficient use of water, natural resources and energy, and also provide superior indoor air quality, acoustics, and lighting. The new regulations identify the CHPS Criteria as the basis for distributing the incentives.
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