buildee joins hundreds of other companies, cities, and municipalities for the Fifth annual national event urging everyone to “Save Money. Cut Pollution. Create Jobs.”
In recognition of the 5th annual national Energy Efficiency Day (#EEDay2020) on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, buildee is joining regional and national organizations, businesses, utilities, universities, and individuals in promoting energy efficiency – the cheapest, quickest way to meet our energy needs, cut utility bills, and reduce pollution.
Energy efficiency is also an economic engine, amassing a U.S. workforce of nearly 2.4 million by the beginning of this year. Ranging from professional services to manufacturing, installation, and construction, these good jobs are local and cannot be outsourced.
"Energy Efficiency is key in the fight to lower Greenhouse Gas and Carbon Emissions and needs to be promoted in residential, multifamily, commercial, and industrial buildings" said Oliver Davis, CEO & Founder of buildee.
Smarter energy use means we don’t have to generate as much power to meet our needs. buildee has already made significant, forward-thinking investments in energy savings by increasing access to the buildee software platform which is used to identify energy efficient strategic energy retrofits in buildings or portfolio of buildings, benefiting tenants as well as the cities that house these buildings.
buildee is working with cities, utilities and private portfolio owners to find meaningful energy and emissions reductions in their buildings. The City of New York's Department of Energy Management leverages buildee to identify, prioritize and act on emissions reducing projects across it's nearly billion square feet portfolio of buildings.
Reducing the energy used by manufacturers, homes, and businesses benefits everyone – especially energy bill-payers. The average household saves almost $500 yearly thanks to efficiency standards that apply to new appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators and water heaters, alone.
To learn more about buildee's energy efficiency efforts, visit buildee.com, or join the Twitter conversation using #EEDay2020 and follow us @gobuildee.
About #EEDay2020: On Wednesday, October 7, 2020, a growing network showcases the vital benefits of energy efficiency during the 5th annual nationwide Energy Efficiency Day. Learn how we can all save money, cut pollution, create jobs and more at www.energyefficiencyday.org