Home Energy Score

Helping Local Governments Drive Energy Savings & Promote Transparency at Point of Sale
Feb 22,2017 3:00PM
Feb 22,2017 4:00PM

With more than 50,000 homes scored, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Home Energy Score is gaining momentum across the country. The Home Energy Score provides homeowners and homebuyers with a simple way to understand how much energy a home is expected to use, as well as recommendations for cost-effective energy improvements. Join the National League of Cities and U.S. Department of Energy to learn how you can get involved, and hear first-hand from the cities of Berkeley, CA and Portland, OR on their experience using the Score to drive energy savings and make energy information transparent at point of sale.

Learn More: Cities Turn to Home Energy Score to Help Residents Save Money and Reduce Energy Waste

Webinar Speakers:

Joan Glickman, Senior Advisor and Home Energy Score Program Administrator, U.S. Department of Energy

Kyle Diesner, Policy Analyst, City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability

Billi Romain, Sustainability Program Manager, City of Berkeley Planning Department

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