Fifty-seven cities, counties, states and universities across the country, along with the U.S. Senate, issued official proclamations recognizing October 5, 2018 as Energy Efficiency Day. Below are the cities and counties that have issued proclamations this year:  

  • U.S. Senate Resolution (See video of Senate passage!)
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Asheville, NC
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Austin, TX
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Boston, MA
  • Boyton Beach, FL
  • Boulder, CO
  • Bowie, MD
  • Brookhaven, GA
  • Brooklyn Borough, NY
  • Cambridge, MA
  • Carson City, NV
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Clark County, NV
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Columbus, GA*
  • Dallas, TX
  • Dane County, WI
  • Decatur, GA
  • Durham, NC (City and County)
  • Englewood, CO
  • Fayetteville, AR
  • Fairfax County, VA
  • Harrisburg, PA
  • State of Hawai’i
  • Henderson, NV
  • Hyattsville, MD
  • Gainesville, FL
  • State of Indiana
  • State of Kansas
  • Knoxville, TN
  • Lafayette, CA
  • City of Los Angeles, CA
  • Los Angeles County, CA
  • Madison, WI
  • Massachusetts House of Representatives
  • State of Michigan
  • State of Missouri
  • Montgomery County, MD
  • State of North Carolina
  • North Las Vegas, NV
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Reno, NV
  • San Luis Obispo County, CA
  • State of South Dakota
  • South Miami, FL
  • St. Louis, MO
  • St. Petersburg, FL
  • Tacoma, WA
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Virginia Wesleyan University
  • State of Washington
  • West Hollywood, CA
  • State of Wisconsin
  • Xavier University of Louisiana

Is your city, county or state not on the list? If you have confirmation that your officials issued a proclamation in 2018, please contact us at info@energyefficiencyday.org.

In 2017, 33 cities, counties and states issued official proclamations, boosting public awareness about the benefits of energy efficiency. Want to start the process of getting a 2019 proclamation? Check out our proclamation outreach toolkit for use in your own outreach efforts.

*Scans of these proclamations are pending arrival.