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We have assembled a variety of resources to assist in your efforts to plan and implement energy improvements. You have the option to browse the categories above, or search by keyword or browse resources by event to the right.

“Lean and Green” Energy Savings at Smithfield Manufacturing

Presentation by Ron Smithfield, President, Smithfield Enterprises Inc. video presentation

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2014 Fuel Economy Guide

In time for the holidays, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy released the 2014 Fuel Economy Guide

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Advanced Energy Design Guides – A Blueprint for Cutting Your Campus Energy Use in Half

Presentation by Terry Townsend, Presidential Member, ASHRAE presentation

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Advanced Energy Design Guides – A Blueprint for Cutting Your Hospital Building Energy Use in Half

Presentation by Terry Townsend, Presidential Member, ASHRAE video presentation

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Alternative Energy, Conservation, and Energy Efficiency

Presentation by Steve O’Neil, Managing Partner, Consensus Energy presentation

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Alternative Fuels Data Center

Access U.S. Department of Energy’s website with alternative fuels data, including station locator

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) offers news, analysis and facts on combined heat and power on its website. For additional information, publications, news and links to other resources related to combined heat and power, visit http://www.aceee.org/topics/chp

American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is a national trade organization that represents the interests of the wind energy sector. AWEA boasts a membership roster of more than 1,300 businesses, utilities, research institutions and nonprofit organizations. To learn more about AWEA, visit http://www.awea.org/

Appalachian Voices – Non-Profit Supporting Energy Efficiency in the Southeast

Appalachian Voices, a nonprofit organization that promotes energy efficiency in the southeast region, has created a one-stop shop resource for programs and incentives offered in eight southeastern states, including Tennessee. This interactive resource allows residents to search for energy efficiency programs in their community. For more information, visit the Energy Savings Action Center at http://appvoices.org/saveenergy/.

Behavior Change from Individuals to Institutions – Keynote by Mike Vandenbergh

Presentation by Mike Vandenbergh, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University; Co-Director, Energy, Environment, & Land Use Program; Director, Climate Change Research Network presentation video

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