How can the City of Fremont rethink our community-wide energy use and increase energy efficiency?
The City of Fremont is among a select group of only 52 small and medium-sized cities and counties from across the country that have advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a $5 million incentive competition to reduce America’s energy consumption. You can learn more about the competition at www.guep.org.
To be considered for the full two-year competition that will begin in January 2015 and continue through December 2016, Fremont must develop a comprehensive Energy Efficiency Plan to detail specific strategies we will employ to reduce community-wide energy usage. The Plan is due on November 10, 2014. Below is a map showing all 52 participating communities.
Help us rethink our community-wide energy use and weigh in on how we can implement creative strategies to increase efficiency. Your feedback will assist the City as we develop an Energy Plan that will represent the needs, interests, and desires of the Fremont community as a whole.
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