About the Better Buildings Initiative

Through DOE's Better Buildings Initiative, more than 900 commercial, public, industrial, and residential organizations share their proven energy efficiency strategies and inspire others to tap into the continued potential for energy efficiency. Collectively these organizations have saved nearly 1.4 quadrillion Btus of energy, equivalent to nearly $8.5 billion, and more than 80 million tons of carbon dioxide. Partners have reduced their water use by more than 6.5 billion gallons. Together, partners represent 32 of the country's Fortune 100 companies, 12 of the top 25 U.S. employers, 12% of the U.S. manufacturing energy footprint, and 13% of total commercial building space, as well as 17 Federal agencies, 8 national laboratories, 28 states, and 90 local governments spanning the nation.

As DOE expands its diverse network through the Better Buildings Initiative, it is engaging with partners and stakeholders in nearly every sector. With the needs of the marketplace changing frequently, the Better Buildings Initiative continues to find new ways to connect partners and stakeholders with key resources and recognition opportunities.

  • Review current and previous Annual Reports from Better Buildings and Better Plants.
  • Browse all our Better Buildings Initiative programs on our Partnerships Page to learn how to start saving energy today.
  • Check out the Newsroom for articles and blogs on partners and their successes. For all other media inquiries, please use the form below.
     

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