January 30, 2014 - If building efficiency were an indicator of success in sports, we could likely declare a winner in this week's Super Bowl matchup between Seattle and Denver. As one of the top five most efficient cities in the country, Seattle takes the crown.
But other cities -- even ones with better rankings -- aren't waiting on the sidelines. A new initiative announced yesterday aims to create the Pro Bowl of efficiency, where top cities around the country come together for a friendly competition around which of them can save more energy.
With $9 million in seed funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Kresge Foundation, two leading advocacy organizations have set up a multi-year effort to boost efficiency in buildings across ten cities. read more>>>