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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that state and local government agencies spend more than $10 billion per year on energy to deliver public services and meet constituent needs. 

Lowering those costs even modestly through smarter procurement and data-driven efficiency measures can not only help deliver meaningful savings to taxpayers everywhere, but adhere to universal initiatives promoting clean energy. 

In this playbook, we discuss how governments are increasingly relying on outside help to cost-effectively achieve ambitious climate change goals for their cities. 

You’ll learn why cities are partnering with energy experts to: 

  • Maximize opportunity in the energy marketplace
  • Lower energy costs through smarter procurement and data efficiency
  • Develop new strategies for clean energy initiatives
  • Deliver meaningful savings to taxpayers

Your City’s Guide to a Reduced Carbon Footprint

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