• Scaling Up Market Transformation for Heat Pump Water Heaters

    In the year ahead, the Advanced Water Heating Initiative is seeking to seed several regional efforts that tailor to regional needs. Read the latest blog from NBI Director of Building Innovation, Smita Gupta.

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  • Our Annual Report is Available Now

    NBI is approaching 25 years of commitment to better energy performance in buildings as a way to save energy & money, create more comfortable living & work spaces, and to decarbonize the built environment.

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  • Hopeful in 2022 during this make-or-break year on climate change

    Our latest blog from CEO Ralph DiNola frames this new year as full of opportunities for inspiration and hope. Read about the bright spots of opportunity for necessary and significant progress to be made in 2022.

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  • New Coalition to Tackle Emissions Reductions in Existing Buildings

    Our latest blog details the White House announcement of an investment of $1.8 million towards implementing Building Performance Standards. Read about how his will change the game for existing buildings.

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