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  • Fueling American Entrepreneurship With Open Data

    For decades, entrepreneurs have used government data from Global Positioning Systems, weather monitoring stations, and other sources to power their products and services.


  • Energy Datapalooza: Unleashing the Power of Open Data to Advance our Energy Future

    Envision an easy-to-use software package that lets a building owner perform virtual energy audits at a fraction of the cost of in-person audits, so real savings are calculated instantly, building upgrades launched sooner, and construction jobs created faster.These are the kinds of advances that are on display today at the White House as more than 150 of America’s entrepreneurs, software developers, energy experts, and policy makers come together for an Energy Datapalooza.


  • Energy Datapalooza: Unleashing the Power of Open Data to Advance our Energy Future

    Envision an easy-to-use software package that lets a building owner perform virtual energy audits at a fraction of the cost of in-person audits, so real savings are calculated instantly, building upgrades launched sooner, and construction jobs created faster.These are the kinds of advances that are on display today at the White House as more than 150 of America’s entrepreneurs, software developers, energy experts, and policy makers come together for an Energy Datapalooza.


  • Women in Clean Energy Symposium

    Join the U.S. Energy Department and MIT Energy initiative via Webcast September 28, and hear distinguished and emerging leaders help lay the foundation for a broader, continuing effort to advance women's leadership in clean energy.


  • GreenGov 2012: Leading by Example

    The third annual GreenGov Symposium will highlight how the Federal Government is cutting waste, saving taxpayer money, and promoting clean energy by incorporating sustainable practices into their operations.


  • Chimney Rock Becomes Our Newest National Monument

    President Obama designates Chimney Rock in southwest Colorado as our nation’s newest national monument.


  • Delivering Energy Savings to Taxpayers

    Commissioning is one innovative idea for creating jobs and saving taxpayer dollars by reducing energy use in Federal buildings.


  • Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol

    Twenty-five years ago, the United States played a leading role in negotiating the Montreal Protocol to phase out production of chemicals that deplete the ozone layer. Today, the Montreal Protocol is one of the world's greatest environmental success stories, as we are well on our way toward restoring the ozone layer and its benefits for the Americans people.


  • USDA Drought Code Sprint: Giving Americans One-Click Access to Federal Drought Relief

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture challenges you to design innovative apps to connect farmers, ranchers, and others with the latest information on drought conditions and Federal drought relief resources.


  • Federal Buildings Leading By Example

    The U.S. Green Building Council discusses the Federal Government's leadership in promoting energy efficient buildings, which will be highlighted along with other innovative Federal projects at the GreenGov Symposium on September 24-26.


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