Friday, June 17, 2011

DOE - Case Studies

DOE Releases Five New Case Studies of Innovation in Energy Efficiency

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced the release of five case studies from a series spotlighting some of the most innovative projects funded under the Department's BetterBuildings program. BetterBuildings is a national program that is working to transform the marketplace for energy efficiency upgrades in homes, businesses, and institutions. More than 40 state and local governments and partnering organizations received over $500 million to lay the foundation for a sustainable energy efficiency market in the United States. The case studies will help program administrators and their partners develop and optimize energy efficiency programs to help consumers and businesses save money and reduce their energy use by making affordable energy-saving improvements.

For information on these five case studies, visit

The link below is for the Seattle case studies.

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