DeHart and Page-Belknap featured in BioBuzz
Jan 25, 2023
There’s a multitude of financial incentives available in the US for sustainability initiatives at new and existing projects. Unfortunately, the life sciences industry does not always take advantage of these perks. CRB’s Energy and Sustainability Specialists, Maya DeHart and Zach Page-Belknap, discuss federal and regional sustainability incentives that the industry could tap into in a recent article with BioBuzz.
Starting the sustainability conversation early in a project’s planning brings the parties together to find what’s doable within the project’s timeline and budget. If the project qualifies for sustainability incentives, that may influence the scope and possibilities at a crucial planning phase. “If [sustainability] is something that’s done from the beginning, it can lead to even more conversations about synergies or efficiencies in the building, and it can cost the same or even less,” per Dehart.
Leveraging the available sustainability incentives may allow life sciences companies to realize more of their long-term sustainability and well-being goals.