• Our Latest Annual Report is Here!

    In 2022, NBI celebrated 25 years of working collaboratively with industry market actors to promote advanced design practices, innovative technologies, public policies, and programs that improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions from the built environment.

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    Schools are Leading in the Race Towards Clean Energy

    Education is a leading sector of high-performance buildings and represented over thirty percent of projects on NBI’s Getting to Zero list in 2020. Read our recent blog to learn how NBI is providing tools and resources to support decarbonization efforts of schools.

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    The Getting to Zero Forum is the premier event dedicated to building decarbonization. Take advantage of discounted pricing today, and join us in Minneapolis or virtually from May 10-12, 2023

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    Using Policy and Code to Help Cities Most Impacted by Urban Heat Islands

    Our recent blog from NBI Project Manager Bryce Seymour introduces a new NBI project aimed to address extreme heat through creating codes and policy focused on adaptation strategies.

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