EXPAND ACCESS AND EXCEED GOALS
Identify opportunities that improve citywide sustainability performance with buildee®

CITIES: CONNECT PEOPLE TO PROGRAMS

BUILDEE PROVIDES A HUB FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY DATA
To achieve long-term targets, municipal agencies have become the catalyst through participation in broader benchmarking and energy audit policies, implementation of energy-efficient projects, and drivers of a new workforce.

buildee’s platform is a HUB for the energy efficiency software category. The buildee data library supports cities and municipalities by integrating all utility programs, calculations, compliant data collections, and reports. buildee’s algorithms determine and analyze optimal targets across multiple building types and portfolios, which informs capital and sustainability planning. Join us to connect with stakeholders to expand your opportunities through our network of product and service providers.





The buildee platform is uniquely positioned to play a key role in data collection, management and analysis of our city’s municipal buildings, as well as in the commercial sector.

- Director, Building Performance Organization

buildee has been instrumental in creating specialized dashboards and auto-generated building member reports for the Detroit 2030 District and has seamlessly integrated District, Building, and Utility data.

We would highly recommend the buildee team to any District looking for a great partner.”

- Connie Lilley, Executive Director - Detroit 2030 District

KNOW WHERE TO LOOK - CASE STUDY

buildee delivers a 200% greater output with standardized mobile data collection and calculations that inform expenditures and activate retrofits.
New York City has joined global climate change leaders to reduce city greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80% below 2005 levels by the year 2050 – #ONENYC 80×50 plan. Why? Because 73% of their citywide GHG emissions are produced by one million buildings that require deep energy retrofits to meet these targets.

buildee is working with the City of New York to streamline compliance with local laws, strategically manage energy use, and reduce GHG and carbon emissions in its city-owned and operated stock of 4,600 buildings, spanning 80 agencies and representing nearly one billion sq.ft. The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), the NYC Department of Energy Management (DEM), and the CUNY Building Performance Lab (BPL) have joined buildee as program implementers. Together, they are centralizing asset data for climate action planning, optimizing energy efficiency project budgets, and streamlining project development and compliance with local laws.