The BEA provides member cities with building efficiency resources developed by its expert network. These reports, case studies, databases, and tools provide guidance to BEA cities on a variety of building efficiency topics, from implementing energy codes to retrofitting commercial buildings.

Resources are available here, hosted on the Copenhagen Center on Energy Efficiency’s (C2E2) Knowledge Management System. The resource platform also contains the BEA’s past webinars.

Click on a building efficiency topic below to go directly to that resource collection.

Additional resources for BEA partners and cities can be found on the BEA’s Basecamp project management platforms:

 

Notes on the BEA Map

For a number of BEA cities, the map on the BEA homepage contains market feedback from local stakeholders across the building efficiency market, including government, civil society, and the private sector. Participants provided their perspectives on a set of potential building efficiency actions in their local markets.

These sets of market feedback were collected based on a methodology developed by Johnson Controls, Inc. and outlined in Accelerating Building Efficiency: Eight Actions for Urban Leaders (Appendix 2).

A Technical Note on the details of the methodology will be made available soon.