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Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool, Version 2.0 Beta

This new updated version of the Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool lets you score any community’s energy efficiency efforts using the metrics from ACEEE's 2015 City Scorecard. The brief user guide shows you how to use the application to evaluate community-wide initiatives, government operations, and buildings, utility, and transportation policies. You can also compare your community’s efforts against those of similarly-sized localities and learn about innovative energy practices successful in other places. By cataloging strengths and identifying areas for improvement, the Self-Scoring Tool can help you create an efficiency roadmap for any community looking to reduce energy waste.

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Date Of Record Release 2017-03-17 18:11:09
Description This new updated version of the Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool lets you score any community’s energy efficiency efforts using the metrics from ACEEE's 2015 City Scorecard. The brief user guide shows you how to use the application to evaluate community-wide initiatives, government operations, and buildings, utility, and transportation policies. You can also compare your community’s efforts against those of similarly-sized localities and learn about innovative energy practices successful in other places. By cataloging strengths and identifying areas for improvement, the Self-Scoring Tool can help you create an efficiency roadmap for any community looking to reduce energy waste.
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Keyword Community, Energy Efficiency, ACEEE, Community Energy Development
Date Of Record Creation 2017-03-17 18:05:30
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Date Last Modified 2017-03-17 18:11:09
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2017-03-17 18:05:30 (W3C-DTF)

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