Thursday, October 10th, 12:00 pm PT The world of energy is rapidly changing, and energy efficiency must adapt as a viable resource. In this webinar, Carmen Best, Director of Policy & Emerging … [Read more...] about NEEC Webinar: Policy Perspectives for an Evolving Energy Efficiency Landscape
King County is updating its Strategic Climate Action Plan (SCAP) that will outline the County’s actions on climate change for the next five years. The 2020 SCAP update will focus on reducing regional … [Read more...] about King County 2020 Strategic Climate Action Plan Update
In July 2020, buildings will have to meet new higher energy efficiency standards than ever, now being adopted with the Washington State Energy Code. The right window systems can help buildings reach … [Read more...] about ShiftBuilding Symposium: A Window on the Future
The Washington State Department of Commerce has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Establishing Energy Utilization Index (EUI) Targets for the Washington State Commercial Building Energy … [Read more...] about RFP: Establishing EUI Targets for WA Commercial Building Energy Performance Standard
Seattle City Light (SCL) is excited to announce the launch of its Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaS) pilot program! For this initial launch, we are seeking 15 commercial buildings (new or existing) … [Read more...] about SCL Announces Launch of Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaS)
University Mechanical is seeking an Energy Business Developer to be based in Mukilteo WA. Global demands for viable energy and environmental solutions are increasing at a record pace. In response, … [Read more...] about Job Posting: Energy Business Developer, University Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
The Smart Buildings Center is excited to announce that the next event in the 'Why Smart Buildings?' series, "Creating a Compelling Business Case" will be held on September 17th at the Pacific Tower … [Read more...] about Why Smart Buildings? Creating a Compelling Business Case – September 17th!
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