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Energy Efficiency Indicator

Energy Efficiency Indicator

What are the attitudes, priorities and concerns of people at the front lines of energy management in commercial buildings throughout the world? What are the indicators of change over time? And how do the motivations, priorities, policies, and practices differ from one region of the world to another? The annual Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey is designed to answer these very questions.

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2013 EEI Survey: Interest in energy management and net zero energy rise in Europe

2013 EEI Survey: Interest in energy management and net zero energy rise in Europe

A diverse mix of European building decision-makers responded to the 2013 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey. The results showed interest in energy management continuing to rise, support for policies that provide financial incentives for efficiency, and a trend toward more green building certification and net zero energy facilities.

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EEI Asia Summary 2013

EEI Asia Summary 2013

The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency has been conducting the Energy Efficiency Indicator Study for three years in China and Australia. In 2013 Singapore was added to the survey. For the first time the Institute released a summary presentation on Asia, comparing and contrasting regional responses in the context of the global results.

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Achieving Scale with Energy Efficiency

Achieving Scale with Energy Efficiency

Interest in building energy efficiency remains high among U.S. businesses, yet investment in efficiency has stayed flat over the last two years. A Roundtable Dialogue in Washington, D.C., looked at ways to generate more activity. Participants discussed remedies in innovative financing, government policies, and organizational practices that encourage better energy management and awareness of efficiency beyond cost savings.

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2013 Results Released: Energy Efficiency Indicator

2013 Results Released: Energy Efficiency Indicator

The seventh annual survey of global building decision-makers shows interest in energy efficiency and the importance of energy management is growing, yet investment has not kept up. So what are the characteristics of successful organizations? Organizations with energy reduction goals are correlated with the 50% more efficiency and renewable energy measures than organizations without goals. The survey also tracks key trends, the drivers for efficiency action, the barriers and funding issues faced in the market and the technology mix being deployed around the world.

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2012 EEI: Executive Summary of Global Results

2012 EEI: Executive Summary of Global Results

The 2012 global Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey highlights trends and provides new insights into the attitudes and practices of global executives and building owners responsible for energy management and investment decisions in industrial, commercial and public-sector buildings. This sixth annual survey tracks their priorities, investment plans, and financial evaluation criteria as a way to understand what projects they are implementing, what is driving their actions, and what barriers they face.

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2012 EEI: US/Canada Results

2012 EEI: US/Canada Results

The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency conducts an annual Energy Efficiency Indicator survey tracking the energy priorities, practices and investments being made by executive decision-makers for buildings in markets around the world. This is the sixth year the survey has been conducted in the U.S. and Canada, where there were 1,139 respondents this year. Interest in energy efficiency jumped 20% from 2011-2012. Eighty-six percent of U.S. and Canadian executives reported in 2012 that energy management was very or extremely important to their organizations, a significant jump up from the 66% reported in 2011. Seventy percent said they were paying more attention to energy in 2012 than in 2011.

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2012 EEI: European Results

2012 EEI: European Results

The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency has tracked trends in European priorities, practices and investments for the past 3 years. In 2012 there were 944 respondents. Respondents were concentrated in the UK (331), Germany (307), and France (296). Interest in energy efficiency among building executives in Europe jumped by 15%. Seventy-nine percent said energy management was very or extremely important to their organizations, compared to 61% in 2011. Seventy-seven percent said they were paying more attention to energy.

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2012 EEI: Australia Results

2012 EEI: Australia Results

In Australia there were 253 respondents to the Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey in 2012. Results indicate that energy efficiency is of growing interest to Australia’s building executives: 79% said energy management was very or extremely important to their organizations (compared to 63% in 2011), and 80% said they were paying more attention to energy in 2012 than in 2011.

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2012 EEI: China Results

2012 EEI: China Results

The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency has been conducting the Energy Efficiency Indicator Study for three years in China, where there were 369 respondents in 2012. There was strong interest in energy efficiency among building executives in China: 92% said energy management was very or extremely important to their organizations (compared to 84% in 2011), and 92% said they were paying more attention to energy in 2012 than in 2011.

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