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Understand building energy use
Data-driven decision making
Engaging utilities for access to data
Reach community stakeholders
Best practices for hosting meetings
Building lasting coalition support
Prioritize policies and programs
Benchmarking energy use
Implementing energy codes
Assessing financing options
Leading the way in public buildings
Using energy-efficient leases
Challenging the private sector
Communicate progress and results
Publicly launching a program
Broadcast Your Results To Media & The Community
About City Energy Project
San José Adopts Building Performance Ordinance
San José announced the adoption of its building performance ordinance with a press release.
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Energize Denver Infographic
The Energize Denver Task Force is made up of local commercial and multifamily building owners, managers, and investors, as well as housing advocates, green building experts, and representatives from Xcel Energy. This infographic shows how all the pieces of the Energize Denver Task Force fit together.
ReEnergize Reno Seeks to Improve Efficiency of Commercial Buildings 20 percent by 2025
ReEnergize Reno issued a press announcement to release information on its new program Reenergize Reno, to improve the energy and water efficiency of commercial, industrial and multifamily buildings 20 percent by 2025. The announcement also invited anyone to attend the launch event for the program.
Must-Haves for Publicly Launching and Ongoing Communications
This comprehensive resource is designed to help city government staff work with internal communications teams, stakeholders, media, and the broader community. The guide provides insights on navigating communications processes, and the best practices, strategies, and tactics, for developing launch and ongoing communications materials.