Be Part of NEEA’s Paid NW Cx Survey: Your Response = $150 Visa Gift Card

The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), which provided funding to help start the BCxA more than 20 years ago, is conducting its 8th annual commissioning market study of the NW region (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana). The survey enables NEEA to track and report on total Cx square footage for the region and by state, identify commissioning trends, and estimate energy savings – in 2018 these totaled 18.4 million kWh! Check out the report.

Before December 31st, 2019, NEEA invites you to complete an anonymous paid survey if your firm provided whole-building, energy-focused commissioning services in the Northwest in 2019, and —to your knowledge – no one else at your firm has yet completed the survey this year. If you’ve already completed the survey, thank you! If not, please join in.

We know your time is valuable, so we are offering respondents a $150 Visa gift card for completing the survey before December 31st, 2019.

This survey should take approximately 20 minutes. Please email the contacts linked below to inquire.

The benefits of your participation include:

  1. Boost your firm’s reputation as a study contributor (if you indicate in the survey to publish your firm’s name as a contributor in the 2019 report)
  2. Help the Northwest’s effort to track energy savings and gain insight into market trends such as commissioning project types and typical project cost per square foot.
  3. Help NEEA increase building owner and developer awareness of commissioning.

NEEA and the BCxA greatly appreciate your participation. If you have questions about the survey, please feel free to reach out to Jennifer Stout at NEEA (503/516.7370) or Kaitlyn Teppert at Cadmus Group (303/389.2530). Thank you in advance!

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