Building Energy Exchange is proud to have inspired a growing network of independent energy efficiency hubs across the globe dedicated to reducing the effects of climate change by improving the built environment.
These hubs provide building industry resources—training, education, financing solutions, policy support, and efficiency tools— that improve quality of life, reduce costs, and drive steep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
With support from both BE-Ex and the Institute for Market Transformation, partner hubs serve their respective regions with customized resources that cater to the needs of their communities while benefitting from the existing resources and expertise of our network.
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Through our Building Performance Partnership, IMT and BE-Ex support the creation and operation of local resource hubs that accelerate measurable, equitable, and sustainable action to improve the health, comfort, and performance of buildings.
Building Energy Exchange Kansas City, Building Energy Exchange St. Louis, and Washington D.C.’s Building Innovation Hub, are the first three in a cohort of hubs born out of our Building Performance Partnership. Those interested in creating a resource hub for their community are encouraged to reach out for more information.
BE-Ex is a founding International Centre of Excellence on High Performance Buildings (ICE—HPB), the first in a diverse network formed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe to share knowledge and scale high performance building best practices in line with the Paris Agreement and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Seen here: United Nations ECE Executive Secretary, Olga Algayerova, and BE-Ex Executive Director, Richard Yancey, sign a Memorandum of Understanding making BE-Ex the founding United Nations International Centre of Excellence on High Performance Buildings.