About the Georgetown University Energy Prize
The Georgetown University Energy Prize is a multi-million dollar competition that is challenging small- to medium-size towns, cities, and counties to work together with their local governments, residents, utilities, and others to achieve innovative, replicable, scalable and continual reductions in the per account energy consumption of gas and electricity.
Formally launched in April of 2014, the Georgetown University Energy Prize represents years of study and development that brought leading academics together with government officials, industry professionals, and top national and global non-governmental organizations.
Learn more about the energy prize:
- Press Release | Colorado Cities Named National Semi-Finalists in Two-Year Energy Savings Competition
- Colorado community and Georgetown University Energy Prize logos
- Energy Efficiency Day | Proclamation from Karen Weitkunat, Mayor of the City of Fort Collins
- Frequently Asked Questions | Georgetown University Energy Prize Competition and Fort Collins
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