Efargo Up To 3rd Place In $5,000,000 Energy Prize And $3,207,242 Saved Already

WHOOP! WHOOP!! Our efargo team has just moved into 3rd place in the $5,000,000 Georgetown University Energy Challenge!! Working with Xcel Energy and Cass County Electric, we’ve established the baseline of energy used in 2013 and 2014 for residential and municipal electricity. During this energy efficiency contest our residents and city buildings have used less energy and reduced…
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Fargo Can Win $5 Million And We’ve Already Saved Over $3 Million

eFargo’s moving on up! We’re in the hunt for the $5 million Energy Challenge competing with 60 quarter finalist cities across the country. Fargo’s the spotlight community on the Georgetown University Energy Challenge Thanks to Malini Srivistava and all of our efargo team and great community partners for a tremendous amount of innovative work and collaboration.…
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Fargo To Kick Tires On Bike Sharing System B-Cycle

B-cycle to demonstrate system in metro FARGO – A bike-loving city commissioner and a raft of like-minded Internet voters have convinced a bicycle-sharing firm that lets users pay to cycle its bikes around cities to demonstrate the system here. By: Helmut Schmidt, INFORUM B-cycle kiosk Fargo led bike-sharing program B-cycle’s “Who Wants It More?” online contest…
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WSJ Article: North Dakota Universities Attracting Students From All Over The Nation

A student from Connecticut says it’s because of the beautiful tree lined campus at NDSU and Fargo’s downtown offerings.  From the article: {She chose it over nine other schools because of the beauty of its tree-lined campus and the personal attention she received from the zoology faculty during her visit. Also, she says, “Downtown Fargo has…
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GO2030 Speaker Forum Presents Rick Harrison On Designing “Prefurbia”

‎”The built environment is the product of our imagination and our work, and it is where we spend nearly all of our time, yet it is also the source of many chronic diseases and natural resource challenges we face.” is a quote from this interesting article from UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. If this…
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