Better Buildings Challenge Adds Water Goal
Interested partners can work directly with the Energy Department to advance data collection and analysis practices and share more solutions to common water saving barriers. The Energy Department will coordinate with other federal agencies, including the EPA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as work with experts from non-governmental organizations, to lend additional technical expertise.
As a cornerstone of the President Obama’s Climate Action Plan, the Better Buildings Challenge is aimed at achieving the goal of doubling American energy productivity by 2030. More than 250 organizations are partnering with the Energy Department to achieve 20 percent portfolio-wide energy savings and share successful strategies that maximize efficiency over the next decade.
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