USGBC Central Plains and City Energy Project | U.S. Green Building Council
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Kansas City, Kansas is one of 10 cities nationwide selected to participate in the City Energy Project, a three-year initiative by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) to promote energy effi­ciency improvements in large commercial and institutional buildings. In addition to Kansas City, the other participating cities are Orlando, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Denver, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles.

USGBC Central Plains and Kansas City's City Energy Project are conducting surveys to create a database of professionals and contractors who provide Energy Star benchmarking services, energy audits and/or retrofi­t services.

By completing this survey, you’ll play a pivotal role in shaping the future of Kansas City! Data entered in the Energy Auditor Survey and the Contractor (Capital Improvements) Survey is instrumental in designing energy efficiency improvements throughout the city at large.

This information is being compiled into databases of professionals and contractors who provide Energy Star benchmarking services, energy audits and/or retrofit services in the Kansas City area.  

Questions regarding a survey? Please email USGBC Central Plains.

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