The Commercial Building Stock Assessment (CBSA) is a comprehensive research study of energy efficiency in Northwest commercial buildings. The CBSA will provide the region with useful information for businesses (to compare their energy use with the average energy use of similar Northwest facilities), utilities (for use in program planning), researchers (for use in energy use characterization), and be a key input into regional power planning. This is the fourth CBSA study to be conducted in the region since 2001, across Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Washington state.
NEEA has hired an energy consulting and research firm (Cadmus) and its subcontractors (McKinstry, Energy 350, and DNV GL) to conduct this research study. These firms are currently asking businesses around the region to participate, by completing the Request Form linked below.
Questions? If your company been contacted about participating in the CBSA, you can find contact information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions at the link below.