The Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) aims to double the rate of energy efficiency improvement in the building sector by 2030. A global partnership of more than 40 businesses and organizations, the BEA assists subnational governments around the world to accelerate the implementation of building efficiency actions.
The BEA is part of the Global Efficiency Accelerator Platform under the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) Initiative.
One of the main components of the BEA is making the expertise of its wide expert network available to its subnational stakeholders. With this purpose, the BEA is compiling collections of resources to assist subnational jurisdictions in prioritizing, implementing, and tracking their building efficiency actions. Resource Collections for each of the six BEA working groups can be found below:
The BEA has also compiled general resources to help cities accelerate their building efficiency actions. These are available in three additional collections below:Link to resource
Sectors: Buildings, Cross cutting, Equipment and appliances, Finance, Industry, Lighting, Power sector, Renewables
Country / Region: GlobalTags: building codes, Building Efficiency Accelerator, building sectors, building types, cities, energy, energy efficiency, green procurement, implementation, partnerships, retrofits, specific financing mechanisms, World Resources Institute
Knowledge Object: Web Resource