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Georgetown University Energy Prize

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Georgetown University Energy Prize

The $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize challenges small- to medium-size towns, cities, and counties to rethink their energy use, and implement creative strategies to increase efficiency.  To compete for the Prize, community residents, local, governments, and utilities will need to work together to demonstrate success in reducing energy consumption over a two year period.  

This Group is for leaders and staff of communities who plan to compete for the Georgetown University Energy Prize.  If you are a member of a competing community and would like to request an invitation, please email energyprize@georgetown.edu

Website: http://www.guep.org
Location: Washington, D.C.
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Sep 5, 2014

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