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Standards & Compliance Briefing: LEED Stadium, Energy Star Increase, Rogue UL Mark

AEG, the entertainment giant, plans to build a $1 billion, 72,000-seat football stadium in downtown Los Angeles to LEED standards, the first in the National Football League, Smart Planet reported. The company said it began working with the U.S. Green Building Council and the Natural Resources Defense Council after the State Legislature passed a bill [...]
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