Energize AZ

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Energize Arizona serves as the community outreach hub for education and research findings related to energy efficiency in the built environment from the Energize Phoenix team at Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability.

If you are a policymaker, energy efficiency program manager, researcher or contractor anywhere, you will find a library of valuable knowledge under “Policy Options“, “Research“, and “Resources” to help you make better decisions.

If you are an Arizona resident or business, “For Residents” and “For Businesses” provide local tips and resources to help you on your path to lower energy bills.

Screen Shot 2014-02-20 at 9.15.35 AMEnergize Phoenix Year Three Report

This is the third report published by the Institute of Sustainability at ASU on behalf of the Energize Phoenix project. The purpose of the reports is to cumulatively present results and lessons learned from a large-scale effort to create and sustain energy efficiency in a diverse urban corridor in the city of Phoenix.

This report provides findings and lessons learned during Year Three of the program. For more information on this report and others click here >>

residentialResidential Energy Savings Tips

Money may already be flying out your window. Homeowners who
participated in Energize Phoenix are saving over $300. more >>

Phx SkylineBusiness Energy Savings Tips

Research shows that businesses choose energy efficiency to both stay competitive and reduce operational expenses. more >>