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January 19, 2023

Energize Denver Mandates Action for Local Building Owners

Local legislation standardizes EUI measurement for buildings of 25,000 square feet or more and negligence could prove costly

What is Energize Denver?

Energy Measurement is Not New for Denver Building Owners

What Are Next Steps for Building Owners?

Energize Denver pushes building owners to drive an efficient, zero-carbon future. Efficient, smart and clean energy solutions that allow you to stay focused on your mission and core business are within reach. Together, building a thriving planet.

“Throughout Denver’s history, we have experienced pivotal times when it is necessary to shed complacency and raise our voices for progress and prosperity. This is one of those key moments, as we look to preserve our future and contribute to the global requirements of climate action.”  
Michael Hancock, Mayor, City of Denver

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1755 Blake Street

Existing Building Commissioning Proves Fruitful for Energy Usage Intensity Reduction.

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Fiddler’s Green

Fiddler’s Green, Multi-Use Entertainment and Business Campus, Commits to Energy and Carbon Reduction.

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