Taking building energy efficiency to the next level
EE is smart business and a key driver of economic prosperity for the Pacific Northwest. At Smart Buildings Center we’re exploring new energy data analytics and visualization techniques to advance energy efficiency. Our mission is to accelerate the adoption and commercialization of smart building technologies and practices through education and demonstration.
Building operators and engineers can borrow hi-tech meters and more.
Our space, in Seattle’s Pacific Tower, is available for meetings, events, and trainings.
Building Operator Certification program, Remote Learning Calendar and Library of webinars for building operators and managers.
New ways of viewing data available with today's advanced energy monitoring tools. Smart + efficient is good business.
SBX2020 Sept. 2-3, 2020
Smart Buildings Exchange Conference in Seattle, Washington
A two-day conference and trade show connecting participants to the latest information and technologies in the smart buildings industry and showcasing smart city and building projects and initiatives in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.
Washington State University Energy Program (WSU) is requesting your input on a short online survey about the upcoming Washington State Clean Building Energy Performance Standard. The intention of the survey is to help WSU create an effective support program for those involved with complying with the law, such as building owners, facility and energy managers, energy service providers, and utilities. The standard is undergoing rule-making by the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) and will be established November 1, 2020, […]Read More
TOOL LENDING LIBRARY
As the current response to the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered many of our daily routines, so too must our facility operation practices change to provide the best possible protection for occupants. The following guidance summarizes some best practices (provided by the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Associations, or REHVA) to reduce the spread of the virus in buildings, focusing on airborne transmission. The objective of this guidance is to provide practical information about recommended precautions and […]Read More