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U.S. EPA's Clean Energy Web site

The EPA’s Clean Energy Programs are designed to improve the national foundation of information on Clean Energy by creating networks between the public and private sector, providing technical assistance, and offering recognition of environmental leaders that adopt Clean Energy practices.
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1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, 6202J
Washington , DC 20460
Contact Person: Wendy Dew
Phone: 202-343-9082
Fax: 202-343-2203
E-Mail: dew.wendy@epa.gov
Website: http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/

Detailed Information:
The Combined Heat and Power Partnership works with industry, states and local governments, universities, and other institutional users to facilitate the development of efficient combined heat and power projects. The Green Power Partnership enlists commercial, nonprofit, and public organizations to purchase a portion of their power as renewable energy, thereby reducing the emissions associated with power generation. eGRID is EPA's comprehensive source of data on the environmental characteristics of all electric power generated in the United States.

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