Plans unveiled for net-zero energy historic site in Grand Junction

GRAND JUNCTION — Officials with the U.S. General Services Administration are touring a building in Grand Junction set to become the first site on the National Register of Historic Places to be transformed into a net-zero energy facility.

GSA Administrator Martha Johnson and other officials are touring the historic Wayne N. Aspinall federal building in Grand Junction today. They’ll highlight renovation plans for the 92-year-old building and energy-efficient features to be included in the design.

After the tour, Johnson and the others will meet with area business, labor and education leaders to discuss the role the local geothermal energy industry is playing in the clean energy economy.


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