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SmartBuilding Advantage®

Sustainability. LEED®. ENERGY STAR®. These are but a few of the buzzwords used in today’s conversations about energy efficiency. But what do they mean? And as an industry leader, how can they benefit you and your organization?

Introducing SmartBuilding Advantage®.  A new program from Duke Energy that employs a whole building, integrated approach designed to leverage energy usage information, on-site assessments and custom incentives to realize the maximum energy efficiency for your facility. As a proactive leader in energy efficiency initiatives, Duke Energy would like to invite you to become a participant in the SmartBuilding Advantage® program.

Currently, we are realizing significant results in helping our clients improve facility performance and profitability by:

  • Capturing building energy usage interval data
  • Co-funding on-site assessments
  • Identifying and quantifying energy efficiency opportunities
  • Assisting in implementation of building system upgrades and operational strategy changes
  • Verifying the performance of implemented measures

LEED is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council. ENERGY STAR is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. SmartBuilding AdvantageŽ is a registered trademark of Duke Energy Corporation or one of its affiliates.

SmartBuilding AdvantageSM Requirements

Duke Energy must ensure consistency of quality in delivery of products to our partners. Therefore, a set of criteria has been established that limits the number of participants in the program. Should you be interested in participating and meet the criteria set forth below, please contact your Duke Energy Account Manager or email us via the Contact Us page here.

Participants should meet the following criteria:

  • Be opted-in to Duke Energy's Energy Efficiency Plan
  • Commitment to investment in Energy Efficiency projects
  • Be comfortable with a simple payback timeline for improvements of two to four years
  • Have aggregate office space greater than 100,000 square feet