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Energy Resources for State and Local Governments

State and Local Guide to U.S. EPA Climate and Energy Program Resources

Investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy, combined heat and power, and climate policies and programs continues to be an important way for state and local governments to achieve multiple goals: reducing greenhouse gas pollution, improving air quality and people’s health, and saving money. This guide is designed to help state and local governments connect with EPA programs that can help them meet regulatory requirements and expand or develop their own clean energy and climate initiatives.

EPA Program Profiles are organized into eight categories: policy and planning; buildings; industry; energy efficiency and renewable energy; smart growth; transportation; water and adaptation; and waste.

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