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Powering Phoenix: City and Business Collaboration on Clean Energy

The City of Phoenix has developed innovative partnerships with the private sector, investors, and the state across various projects to promote energy efficiency and increase the share of renewable energy. As these projects are expanded or emulated, they may help …

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Building on the climate successes of 2015
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Philadelphia’s Benchmarking and Energy Use Program

Energy efficiency is expected to be a key compliance option for states under the Clean Power Plan because it can minimize cost impacts to consumers and utilities. For states using a rate-based emissions target, efficiency gains will need to be …

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The interdependence of water and energy
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Energy efficiency financing models for buildings could work for natural gas vehicles
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Three lessons from climate leaders
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On-Bill Financing: Encouraging Energy Efficiency

Buildings account for 41 percent of the United States’ primary energy consumption. One generally cost-effective way to decrease buildings’ energy consumption is by improving building efficiency. However, the high up-front cost of efficiency improvements is often a barrier. To address …

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