Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Buildings Group (E-Team)
The E-Team assists DCAMM's client agencies to achieve these goals by providing technical assistance, including consultant expertise and facilitation of energy and water conservation activities for state building and renovation projects.
The E-Team also coordinates agency participation in utility companies' energy efficiency incentive programs and manages energy savings "performance contracts"- retrofit projects completed for the purpose of solving energy and water savings at state facilities.
The E-Team is active in many inter-agency forums and works to improve energy efficiency and sustainability wherever possible, statewide.
A program launched to accelerate the implementation of energy and water projects across the Commonwealth and help meet the goals of Executive Order 484.
The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM), in coordination with the Department of Energy Resources (DOER), established the Commonwealth Facility Fund for Energy Efficiency (CoFFEE), to advance energy efficiency throughout the Commonwealth by providing a low-cost financing mechanism for funding cost-effective energy and water conservation measures at state facilities.
This self-sustaining fund will serve to assist the Commonwealth in its long-term commitment to reduce energy consumption derived from fossil fuels, through the cumulative impact of small retrofits, and in doing so, reduce environmental impacts.
- Find out more about Energy Conservation Procurement with the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM).
This Executive Order builds on a number of the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance's current initiatives, while setting more specific and far-reaching targets for state facilities.
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