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Hudson Green Building Lab

Buildings are the largest end-users of energy, producing nearly 40 percent of U.S. carbon emissions. To achieve zero carbon emissions we must scale up the process of retrofitting existing buildings to reduce the emissions associated with building materials and processes. The Green Building Lab aims to develop a new economy for green construction techniques in Hudson to start the movement of retrofitting millions of buildings while creating well-paying jobs for residents in the Hudson Valley.