BOMA Pushes Feds on Energy Policy
February 23, 2001
WASHINGTON, DC — The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International called on Congress and the Bush administration to adopt a national energy policy that would benefit America’s workforce, meaning commercial building tenants. The action came at its annual National Issues Conference, held here. BOMA made the following suggestions to the government assembly:
Identify reliable sources of domestic and renewable energy.
Eliminate unreasonable regulatory burdens and restrictions that inhibit the development of these energy sources.
Identify and eliminate regulatory structures that impose artificial pricing schemes.
Ensure an uninterrupted transmission and distribution energy network.
Protect consumers in the absence of competitive market forces.
For more information, visit www. boma.org (website).
Publication date: 02/26/2001