The State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network (SEE Action) released today its 2020 Leadership Agenda for Existing Commercial and Multifamily Buildings. In which of the six agenda areas does your local government excel? Learn how ClearPath and California’s SEEC program can take you there.
The Energy Atlas illuminates the many differences in how people, buildings, and neighborhoods use energy, showing that a one-size-fits-all policy on enEnergy Atlas Snapshotergy reduction would not be equitable or cost effective, the researchers said. Local governments’ enforcement power over building codes and permits means they shoulder much of the responsibility of California’s greenhouse-gas reduction goals. The atlas gives local governments reliable data to establish baselines and evaluate the effectiveness of programs.
Energy efficiency serves as a compliance strategy for EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Energy efficiency in the building sector is touted as a “low-hanging fruit” for cities to take hold of, in order to lower overall carbon emissions. Indeed, energy efficiency opportunities are well understood and implemented in a variety of settings.
Recorded on June 23rd, 2015, this webinar was the first of a series hosted by ICLEI and the World Resources Institute (WRI) to raise awareness among ICLEI Members of your potential to double the global rate of energy efficiency improvements in the building sector by 2030 under the United Nation’s Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) Global […]