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. The 2012 EEI survey was sponsored by the Institute for Building Efficiency in partnership with the International Facility Management Association, the Urban Land Institute, and 16 in-country strategic partners. The survey focused on six global regions and drew 3,479 respondents.
For more information on this year’s Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey, visit: www.institutebe.com.