At AppleBlossom Energy, we recently joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Residential Network. This network is designed to connect energy efficiency programs and partners, so they can share best practices and learn from one another to increase the number of homes in the U.S. that are energy efficient.
Expanding on the foundation of existing programs and partners involved in Better Buildings Residential initiatives, more than $3 billion from federal funding and local resources has been invested to create more energy-efficient communities throughout the U.S. Thanks to the initiatives of these programs, jobs have been created, hardworking Americans have saved money, and greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced.
We quickly made the decision to join this network after the DOE decided to expand membership to new partners. As part of the new Better Buildings Residential Network, businesses like ours, as well as financial institutions, nonprofits, state and local governments, universities, and many other organizations, are going to band together to accelerate the pace of home energy upgrades.
A few of the other members of the Better Buildings Residential Network include AFC First, Clean Energy Works, Austin Energy, Clean Energy Durham, Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance, Michigan Saves, Neil Kelly Co., Efficiency First, and Elevate Energy. To find out more about this network and its purpose, contact us or visit the Better Buildings Residential Network.