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5 June 2015

Last night the City Council of Kansas City, Mo. passed an Energy Empowerment Ordinance that could cumulatively reduce energy bills in the city’s largest buildings by $394 million and generate more than 1,000 jobs by 2030, as well as substantially...

News Article
21 April 2015

Atlanta is the first major Southeast city to adopt a benchmarking and transparency policy.

Last night the Atlanta City Council unanimously passed legislation that will use cost-effective energy efficiency opportunities to spur local...

24 March 2015

Earlier this month, Philadelphia City Council voted unanimously to expand the city’s existing energy benchmarking program to include multi-family facilities over 50,000 square feet. The change will impact more than 800 buildings, which will soon...