"The Federal Building Performance Standard" is an essential document issued by the Council on Environmental Quality that outlines the Federal Government's ambitious commitment to combat climate change and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The document details the Federal Building Performance Standard (BPS), a policy designed to reduce on-site fossil fuel use in Federal buildings and facilities, with a goal for 30% of each agency’s Federal buildings to achieve zero scope 1 emissions through building electrification by 2030. It provides comprehensive guidelines, including the performance and prescriptive pathways for achieving these goals. If you're interested in understanding the government's approach to sustainability and the specific steps being taken to reduce emissions, this document is a must-read. Download it now to gain insights into these crucial initiatives and the future of federal building standards.