Browse or search through articles and tools to help you reduce energy use.
Here are some common topics to get you started.
Uncovering the specific drivers of your building’s energy usage, and how it stacks up with others, is often the first step in making strategic, cost-effective energy upgrades that help you reduce energy waste, lower costs and stay competitive.
When you can learn to operate your building more efficiently through energy-efficient maintenance practices and equipment troubleshooting, you’ll lower costs, improve comfort and further differentiate yourself in the market.
Strategic Energy Management
Strategic Energy Management (SEM) helps you embed long-term energy-saving practices into the key areas of your building operations: people, manufacturing systems, measurement, and organizational structure.
By learning how every aspect of your building works together, you’ll be able to incorporate holistic efficiency into your next commercial project to save you or your client energy, time and money.
Tailored to your needs and preferences, the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Hub helps you narrow your list of resources to quickly access the tools you need the most for building design, use, operation and maintenance.View CRE Hub
Highest Rated Resources
Saving energy through better building operation starts with finding opportunities in five areas that have been shown to have the most frequent problems and the potential for the greatest benefits.
Not long ago, the commercial lighting space was dominated by inefficient fluorescent tube lighting. The advent of LED technology brought an unprecedented year-over-year proliferation of commercial lighting options and applications. And while this fast-paced evolution has made commercial lighting more complex than ever, it also offers building operators and managers a wide variety of nuanced solutions to provide long-lasting energy- and cost-savings for building owners and every-day benefits to occupants.
Create a collection
Create a unique collection of resources to build a business case or to help implement a project.