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Monica Kanojia is a consultant with the U.S. Department of Energy. She is the communications team lead for the Commercial Buildings Integration (CBI) program within the Building Technologies Office.

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Supporting Small Business Growth through Energy Improvements
March 28, 2018
Often located in small- to medium-sized buildings, small businesses face a common barrier to maximizing economic growth – energy costs.
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Helping Local Governments Put Data to Work
March 16, 2018
To help city staff and program administrators manage energy data, IIMT recently released the Putting Data to Work toolkit.
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A Pathway to Zero Energy Schools
February 28, 2018
Zero energy buildings are defined by the Building Technologies Office (BTO) as extremely energy-efficient buildings.
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Retrofitting as Pathway to Affordable Housing
February 22, 2018
It's no surprise that aging properties are in desperate need of improvements given that nearly 60% of multifamily buildings were built before 1980.
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Largest Home Improvement Retailer Focuses on Renewable Energy
February 20, 2018
Paying for energy projects is a persistent barrier especially in the retail sector. Learn what The Home Depot did.
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Earn Recognition by the Department of Energy
February 15, 2018
The Interior Lighting Campaign is accepting applications for its 2018 recognition cycle.
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Earn Recognition from the Department of Energy
February 12, 2018
The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign is accepting applications for its spring 2018 recognition cycle.
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The Roadmap to Successful Energy Proposals
February 7, 2018
There are a variety of challenges that energy projects face in the path to implementation, not the least of which is navigating the approvals process.
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Opportunity in Local Resiliency Efforts
December 14, 2017
Cities across the U.S. are working to slash energy waste, save money for citizens, and improve the overall quality of life in their communities.
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