What does GreenAV mean to you?

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What does GreenAV mean to you?

  1. LEED certification is required on design teams
  2. Waiting for InfoComm’s new STEP standards
  3. We push energy savings in our AV sales practice
  4. Not much at this point, maybe more in the future

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