Better Buildings Bulletin: August, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 2.09.13 PMThe Better Buildings Bulletin is a monthly feature to help keep you up to date on partner successes, program updates, opportunities to participate, and more. View the Bulletin online.

At the 2015 Better Buildings Summit, over 200 speakers presented their solutions. These presentations are posted to the Solution Center where you can easily browse presentations using filters for building type, solution type, building size, sector, technology, location and cover a variety of topics including financing, high impact technologies, data driven results, partnerships, portfolio–wide strategies, behavior change policies, and more.

In This Issue:

News and Announcements
Partners in the News
Partner Solutions: Showcase Projects
Better Information
Mark Your Calendar: Upcoming Webinars, Events, Conferences
New Partners
Opportunities to Participate
Stay Connected
News and Announcements

Check it out: 70+ Better Buildings Summit Presentations Now Available in Better Buildings Solution Center

Announcing New Partners: Better Buildings Alliance’s Interior Lighting Campaign (ILC)

Over 65 organizations are partnering with the Energy Department and co-organizers, to advance the installation of efficient–interior lighting. These cities, manufacturers, utilities, retailers and other private sector companies have come forward as leaders to demonstrate the cost effectiveness of market-ready interior lighting technology. Participants will replace old lighting technologies and systems with more advanced and efficient models. Supporters will feature their energy-efficient solutions, as well as the products or services their customers can use to join the campaign. The campaign co-organizers will support participants in the first year goal of replacing 100,000 troffer lights and include the Building Owners and Managers Association International, the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, the International Facility Management Association, and the U.S. General Services Administration.

Read the Energy Department progress alert.

Better Buildings Beat Blog: New Partner Ithaca Wastewater Treatment Facility, Whole Foods Article in Edison Electric Institute, & Salt Lake City’s Project Skyline Awards

A Passion for Energy Efficiency Takes Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility to New Heights in Energy Performance

Whole Foods Featured in Edison Electric Institute’s Electric Perspectives Publication

Salt Lake City’s Project Skyline Challenge Awards & Infographic

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