Commercial Building Energy Alliance Members Collaborate To Reduce Energy Use
Learn about the CBEA High Performance Rooftop Unit Challenge.
The Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA) is transforming the way commercial buildings use energy. CBEA invites building owners, managers, and operators to work with the Building Technologies Program (BTP) and with each other to identify and implement best practices, key decision-making tools, and advanced technologies for significant energy savings in their portfolios.
Join CBEA today to start saving energy in your commercial buildings.
Broad Industry Representation
CBEA members control more than 8 billion ft2 and represent approximately 20% of the total U.S. floor space in their respective sectors. See a list of current members. CBEA is comprised of subgroups focusing on the following areas:
- Retailer Energy Alliance—Retailers, supermarkets, and restaurants
- Commercial Real Estate Energy Alliance—Commercial real estate and hospitality
- Hospital Energy Alliance—Hospitals and healthcare organizations
- Higher Education Energy Alliance—Colleges, universities, and other postsecondary institutions
Project Teams Focus on Replicable and Scalable Energy Efficiency Solutions
All CBEA efficiency initiatives are driven by targeted Project Teams comprised of CBEA members and BTP technical experts across all relevant commercial sectors:
- Lighting and Electrical
- Space Conditioning
- Plug and Process Loads
- Food Service
- Market Transformation
CBEA Events Enable Members to Engage Their Peers and Key Stakeholders
CBEA offers in-person events such as the annual CBEA Efficiency Forum and side events during leading conferences.
You can also participate in remote events such as webinars, training, and teleconferences.
The 2012 Annual Report reviews accomplishments for the year, highlights examples of members in action, and outlines plans for 2013. View the full report, or individual reports for each sector.
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