Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency has launched its sixth annual Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey.
The EEI is a global survey that reveals the attitudes, priorities and concerns of people at the frontline of energy management in commercial buildings throughout the world.
It highlights current practices, market barriers and corporate policies in energy management and investment and is the largest survey of its kind in terms of the number of respondents and global reach.
This year’s survey, which will be open until 6 April 2012, is supported by global partners including the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and Urban Land Institute (ULI). Executives that complete the survey will have the opportunity to receive the results when they are available.
Jennifer Layke, Director, Institute for Building Efficiency, Johnson Controls, said: "The Energy Efficiency Indicator survey offers a window into specific circumstances and conditions occurring in different countries. It offers insight into executives’ priorities, motivations and management approaches, as well as uncovering barriers that prevent organizations from implementing energy efficiency.”
“The data helps engage a variety of stakeholders - ranging from business constituencies, energy agencies, financiers and policymakers - to benchmark practices and engage in a discussion about how to innovate and design more effective approaches to meet targets," added Jennifer Layke.
The 2012 EEF results will be launched to the industry in June at the 23rd U.S. Energy Efficiency Forum, which will be held in Washington, D.C., and a few days later at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro.
The 2012 EEI will cover Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United States.
If you would like to take the 2012 EEI survey then click here. If you would like to receive the results, please remember to include your email address.
Previous survey results can be viewed now by visiting the Institute for Building Efficiency website.