This book looks at a largely untapped energy efficiency market—the public sector. The potential for efficiency gains in the public sector is substantial, but the implementation of energy savings programs is complicated by many factors. This book explores energy savings performance contracts as a means of overcoming some of the hurdles in promoting energy efficiency in public facilities. Program and project case studies cited identify approaches, models, and specific solutions, and recommend a demand-driven flexible process for procurement provisions and procedures.
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