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Over the years, more than 300 local government projects have received support from the UCETF through the PTI/DOE program.
The UCETF is one of four task forces of PTTs Urban Consortium, a core sector of PTTs membership.
For the past 20 years, the Urban Consortium Energy Task Force (UCETF) of Public Technology, Inc.
The UCETF has produced dozens of reports showcasing energy-saving local government initiatives, including three recent titles that help cities and counties assess, implement, and promote energy-efficient lightning technologies:
For more information on the UCETF, contact Jack Werner, PTI Business Director, at 202/626-2421 (e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org).
Since completing that first Sustainable City Project, UCETF has steadily funded projects that demonstrate innovative and realistic technologies, strategies, and methods that help U.S.
UCETF supplied $25,000 of the money needed for this endeavor.
With money supplied by UCETF, Metro-Dade County in southern Florida participates in the Urban [CO.sub.2] Reduction Program of the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives.
UCETF initially awarded $50,000 for the project in 1992, then awarded another $50.000 in 1993 for continuation of the project.
When the local government officials in Newark, New Jersey, embarked on the road to sustainability years ago, they didn't have UCETF's planning guide.
Since then, the Urban Consortium Energy Task Force (UCETF) has funded more than 250 demonstration and technology transfer projects in urban jurisdictions.
The group within the Urban Consortium that makes decisions for UCETF comprises 20 local government officials and management and technical professionals from urban cities and counties.
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