Set to tackle the themes of financing energy efficiency and technology available to roll out energy efficient buildings, the event will culminate in the release of the results,in Washington and in Brussels, from the Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey by the Institute for Building Efficiency, conducted with hundreds of European facility managers on the priorities, market barriers and trends in energy management and investment.
Jennifer Layke, Director, Institute for Building Efficiency, said: "The Energy Efficiency Indicator survey offers a window into specific circumstances and conditions occurring in different countries. It offers insight into executives’ priorities, motivations and management approaches, as well as uncovering barriers that prevent organizations from implementing energy efficiency. The data helps engage a variety of stakeholders - ranging from business constituencies, energy agencies, financiers and policymakers - to benchmark practices and engage in a discussion about how to innovate and design more effective approaches to meet targets."
Learn more about last year’s global survey here.
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