Commercial, Energy Procurement, GHG Emissions - July 1, 2015
Better Buildings Progress Report, 2015
Better Buildings, launched by President Obama in 2011, is a broad, multi-strategy initiative aiming to improve the energy use of our nation's commercial, industrial, residential, and public buildings by 20% over 10 years. Over the past four years, Better Buildings has had tremendous success harnessing public and private sector leadership, state and local policies, financing mechanisms, workforce development, and efforts to improve building energy information to meet that ambitious goal. Hundreds of organizations are currently partnering with the U.S. Department of Energy and furthering four key strategic areas to accelerate investments in energy efficiency.
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