A select group of cities and states will receive technical assistance, participate in peer exchange
November 20, 2015
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the launch of the SEED Collaborative, a strategic effort to help cities and states manage building energy performance data and identify opportunities for efficiency improvements in their jurisdictions.
Retroficiency analyzes meter data and available building information to create energy models of buildings
October 27, 2015
Ecova, an energy and sustainability management company, announced that it has acquired Retroficiency, a leading building efficiency intelligence company. Ecova said it will leverage Retroficiency’s expertise in building analytics to drive energy savings and engagement for commercial and industrial customers, directly and through utilities.
The Smart Buildings Center (SBC) has announced a new initiative to help launch smart building and energy efficiency technologies in the Pacific Northwest. The SBC will work with companies to match cutting-edge technologies with buildings that are a good fit for initial product deployment and testing.
New Partnership Will Advance Global Solutions for Greater Building Efficiency in Cities
October 10, 2014
Johnson Controls and the World Resources Institute (WRI), a global research organization, have announced the creation of the Building Efficiency Initiative to support and accelerate energy efficiency action in cities.
Pilot Program Expected to Reduce Utility Costs 10 to 15 Percent at Wayne County Headquarters Building
August 7, 2014
Wayne County, Michigan, announced that a pilot program aimed at improving energy use and reducing utility costs at Detroit’s historic Guardian Building took another step forward with the successful installation of its Energy Operation Center.
Seven Projects to Improve HVAC, Water Heating, Sensors and Controls, and Building Energy Modeling
July 31, 2014
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $14 million in funding for research and development projects that support the advancement of early-stage, breakthrough energy efficiency technologies for buildings and homes.