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The U.S. Energy Department has launched the Standard Energy Efficiency Data (SEED) Collaborative, a strategic effort to help cities and states manage building energy performance data and identify opportunities for efficiency improvements in their jurisdictions. Through a three-year partnership, a select group of cities and states will receive technical assistance, participate in peer exchange, and provide input on future development of the department's SEED Platform, a resource in the Better Buildings toolkit. Click here for more information.