[Report] Achieving Scale With Energy Efficiency in the U.S.: New Video
On June 12, the GBPN and the Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency (IBE) hosted a roundtable dialogue in Washington, “Insights, Indicators and Interest in Achieving Scale With Energy Efficiency in the United States.” See the GBPN’s new video featuring roundtable attendees!
The event brought together leaders from the public and private sectors to discuss trends in the energy efficiency market. Jennifer Layke, director of IBE, presented top-level findings from the institute’s annual Energy Efficiency Indicator study, while the GBPN’s Jayson Antonoff unveiled the highlights of the new Economist Intelligence Unit paper, Achieving Scale in the US, commissioned by the GBPN.
A wide-ranging conversation followed, focusing on the importance of energy benchmarking and disclosure to drive market transformation; the need for analysis and standardization as well as collection of building energy data; the value of co-benefits of efficiency; and whether lack of financing is as significant a barrier as many people assume.
Watch the video featuring roundtable attendees including Maria Vargas (U.S. Department of Energy) and Alex Dews (Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Sustainability):
- Download the Report: Achieving Scale in the US: A View from the Construction and Real Estate Sectors
- Also visit IMT’s website
- [Report] Energy Efficiency Efforts in U.S. Buildings Should Focus on Improvements in Regulation and Financing
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