Pacific Coast Collaborative


The Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC) was launched in 2008 to set a cooperative direction in key policy areas of mutual interest among North America’s West Coast jurisdictions. In 2013, the Governors of California, Oregon, and Washington and the Premier of British Columbia announced the Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy as an initiative of the PCC, outlining a set of shared goals for reducing carbon emissions and building a clean energy economy on the West Coast.

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7 Jan 2016

Today, buildings account for 40 percent of the total energy used in the United States, with building owners and occupants spending roughly $450 billion on energy bills each year. Despite the size of the opportunity for improvement, building efficiency is not highly valued in the...

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