August 28, 2012
Produced by: National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
Funded by: Washington Department of Ecology
This online compendium of energy efficiency and pollution prevention best practices, serving as a model for businesses to pursue technical assistance opportunities for energy efficiency programs in their respective states. The programs are run by a wide range of organizations, including state governments, universities, nonprofits, and private companies. Types of assistance range from energy audits, workshops, webinars, financial assistance, and implementation assistance. The compendium begins with a list of federal and regional programs, before listing specific individual programs by state.
This is a living document that will be routinely updated. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any updates or additions.
Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance Compendium (Last updated 8/28/12)