NEEC press releases

King County becomes largest government in U.S. to use new energy-tracking system used by Microsoft

February 27, 2015

 Summary

King County is the largest government in the United States to pilot the same energy-tracking system that Microsoft uses to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions at many of its buildings. Seattle-based design firm MacDonald-Miller will install the software at no cost to taxpayers at five King County facilities for a two-year pilot project.

New Cadmus Report Examines Utility Sector CDP Responses and Trends

February 20, 2015

 

New Cadmus Report Examines Utility Sector CDP Responses and Trends  

Smart Buildings Center Provides Funding to Accelerate Deployment of Innovative Building Efficiency Technologies in the Pacific Northwest

October 30, 2014

October 29, 2014 (Seattle, WA) – The Smart Buildings Center (SBC) has announced a new initiative to help launch innovative smart building and energy efficiency technologies in the Pacific Northwest. The SBC will work with companies to match cutting-edge technologies with buildings that are a good fit for initial product deployment and testing. The organization will provide $350,000 in technical assistance funding for industry-leading contractors to help get the new products and services deployed and evaluated by a third-party.