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The Georgetown University Energy Prize (GUEP), is a multi-million dollar competition that will challenge small-to-medium size communities to work together with their local governments and utilities to achieve innovative, replicable, scalable and continual reductions in the energy-per-capita consumption of gas and electricity. To find out if you live in one of the 8,892 U.S. communities eligible to compete, and to learn how the GUEP can help your community showcase its leadership, ingenuity, and commitment to improving energy efficiency, please visit  For regular updates on the Georgetown University Energy Prize, follow the competition on Twitter at @GUEnergyPrize.

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GUEP Fact Sheet

GUEP Launch Press Release, April 23, 2014

Map of cities participating in the GUEP competition

First GUEP workshop

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