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Comprehensive Energy Savings Plan for State Facilities (Minnesota) +Building operators must purchase Energy Star equipment and appliances for state buildings<br /> All multifunctional devices must be Energy Star labeled by June 30, 2013<br /> Building renovations must incorporate cost-effective on-site renewable generation equipment  +
Conservation of Energy and Water Use in State Buildings (North Carolina) +New office equipment and appliances must be Energy Star certified  +
Energy Conservation Standards for Public Buildings (Arizona) +Energy Star labeled or certified under the federal energy management program in all categories that are available  +
Energy Conservation Standards for State Facilities (Delaware) +State agencies must purchase ENERGY STAR products when cost effective  +
Energy Conservation in State Buildings (Maryland) +ENERGY STAR labeled or in the top 25% in energy-efficiency when products with labels are unavailable  +
Energy Efficiency Goals and Requirements for Public Entities (Texas) +Requirements vary by sector (see list in summary below)  +
Energy Efficiency Program for State Government Buildings (Kentucky) +ENERGY STAR certified appliances  +
Energy Efficiency Requirements for State Government (Connecticut) +State equipment purchases must meet efficiency standards established by the state, the federal Energy Policy Act 2005, and/or federal Energy Star standards. Competitive bids must be analyzed using life-cycle cost analysis.  +
Energy Efficiency Standards for State Buildings (Arizona) +All products must be Energy Star or FEMP certified.  +
Energy Efficiency Standards for State Facilities (New York) +Green procurement specifications exist for some products  +
Energy Efficiency and Green Building Standards for State Buildings (Wisconsin) +Equipment must meet standards that meet or exceed federal EPA standards, federal energy management standards, and/or standards established by the American society of heating, refrigerating, and air-conditioning engineers.  +
Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Construction Standards for Public Buildings (Georgia) +At least 10% of building materials must originate from Georgia<br />At least 10% of building materials must originate from Georgia<br />  +
Energy Efficiency in State Buildings (Michigan) +Energy efficient equipment must be used whenever possible, with specific references made to cost-effective lighting and geothermal heat pumps.  +
Energy Efficiency in State Government (Illinois) +Executive branch state agencies must purchase Energy Star equipment  +
Energy Management and Conservation in State Facilities (Pennsylvania) +State agencies must purchase Energy Star or other energy efficient products where economical and consistent with life-cycle costs.  +
Energy Reduction Plan for State Buildings (Massachusetts) +Public buildings must procure computers, monitors, copiers, printers, and other office equipment that are ENERGY STAR qualified.  +
Energy Standards for State Agencies (Alabama) +All new or replacement equipment must be Energy Star certified when cost effective  +
Energy Star Procurement Requirement for Agencies (District of Columbia) +Agencies must purchase Energy Star products when at least 3 manufacturers make the product, and at least 3 vendors sell the product.  +
Energy Star Procurement Requirement for Agencies (Tennessee) +All office equipment, appliances, lighting, and heating and cooling systems  +
Green Building Action Plan for State Facilities (California) +Energy Star products when cost-effective  +