The guidelines provide best practices that can help state and local governments, PACE program administrators, and their partners to plan and implement programs that effectively deliver clean energy, water efficiency, and related upgrades to consumers.
The Energy Data Accelerator Toolkit is a collection of resources featured in the Better Buildings Solution Center. It describes best practices that enabled cities, utilities, and other stakeholders to overcome whole-building data access barriers.
Learn about how states and school districts are creating new energy efficiency programs, initiatives, and plans. New implementation models include: State of Rhode Island, State of New York, City of Rochester, City of Philadelphia, Portland Public Schools, and Camas School District.
The Better Buildings Accelerators website is designed to demonstrate specific innovative policies and approaches, which will accelerate investment in energy efficiency upon successful demonstration. There are three new accelerators: Clean Energy for Low Income Communities, Combined Heat and Power for Resiliency, and Wastewater Infrastructure.