§ 39.35A.010. Findings
The legislature finds that:
(1) Conserving energy and water in publicly owned buildings will have a beneficial effect on our overall supply of energy and water;
(2) Conserving energy and water in publicly owned buildings can result in cost savings for taxpayers; and
(3) Performance-based energy contracts are a means by which municipalities can achieve energy and water conservation without capital outlay.
Therefore, the legislature declares that it is the policy that a municipality may, after a competitive selection process, negotiate a performance-based energy contract with a firm that offers the best proposal.
[2007 c 39 § 1; 1985 c 169 § 1.]Sections: 39.35A.010 39.35A.020 39.35A.030 39.35A.040 39.35A.050 Next
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