Knoxville has been selected as one of 50 communities contesting for the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a national competition that challenges small- and medium-sized communities to develop and implement creative, sustainable, and replicable strategies to save energy. Through this competition, the City of Knoxville will work with utility and community leaders to reduce energy consumption in homes, schools and municipal buildings. The community that reduces energy consumption the most over a two-year period has a chance to win up to $5 million to fund local energy and sustainability programs.
TIPL is a Knoxville Scores partner. Reducing the energy consumption in Knoxville will reduce its carbon emissions and protect the climate.
For more information about the contest and Knoxville Scores, visit the Knoxville Scores website.