A no-cost WSU Energy Program and Smart Buildings Center Webinar for Resource Conservation Managers and Energy Managers at public facilities in Washington State and the … [Read more...] about The Building Walk Down: Uncovering Hidden Opportunities for Savings
The grants were awarded to local governments, schools and state agencies for 39 proposed projects across the state that will increase energy efficiency and solar energy use and reduce carbon dioxide … [Read more...] about Washington State Department of Commerce awards over $8.7 million to increase energy efficiency and solar in public buildings
There are only a few spots left before this event sells out! Plus, this event just got better: AESP Evergreen Chapter will be hosting a happy hour with drinks and hors d'oeuvres after the … [Read more...] about Why Smart Buildings Event – Only a few spots left!
Join us on June 7th from 10AM- 2PM as the Smart Buildings Center Education Program hosts its first Executive Forum to showcase the development of “The Edge” building in Amsterdam (watch this video for … [Read more...] about Join us on June 7th for the Smart Buildings Center Executive Forum: Why Smart Buildings?
Seattle Building Tune-Ups is a progressive energy efficiency policy that helps building owners identify smart, responsible ways to reduce energy and water costs. Like cars and bikes, all buildings … [Read more...] about Help Your Customers Meet the New Seattle Building Tune-Ups Mandate
The City of Seattle has enacted a mandatory periodic building tune up for commercial buildings greater than 50,000 square feet. While this mandate begins its phased in implementation beginning next … [Read more...] about City of Seattle Tune Up Accelerator Close to Launch
Last month, Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE) published over 3,300 properties and their building energy performance data through the Seattle's Energy Benchmarking program. … [Read more...] about City of Seattle’s Building Energy Performance Data Available Online
Both Seattle and Portland have progressive policies that require commercial buildings (and multi-family in Seattle) to benchmark their properties and report that benchmark information to the city. … [Read more...] about Seattle and Portland Energy Benchmark and Disclosure Deadlines Near
Following an earlier ECONorthwest study released in late 2014, NEEC announces the availability of newly updated results on the macroeconomic benefits of energy efficiency investments in the states of … [Read more...] about New Reports Provide Quantitative Results on the Economic Development Effects of Energy Eficiency