Case Study: EmPOWERed to Save

Utility Data Enables Maryland State Government Stakeholders to Compete for Savings

"The things that get measured are the things that get done."—Gov. Martin O'Malley

With a complex governmental energy infrastructure involving 124 utility vendors, 58 state agencies, and over 120 Accounts Payable offices, just getting a handle on the state government’s energy use and cost is a challenge.


Discover how the State of Maryland is leveraging energy information for savings by:

  • centralizing their energy data collection
  • tracking energy reduction goals
  • engaging state agencies through an interdepartmental competition
  • verifying performance of energy performance contracts
  • making smarter deregulated commodity purchases

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