American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
ACEEE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency as a means of promoting both economic prosperity and environmental protection. Their website offers links to energy policy resources, publications, and meetings, including their annual Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings.
Building Commissioning Association
The Building Commissioning Association (BCA) promotes building commissioning practices that maintain high professional standards, and fulfill building owners' expectations. Their website provides information on trainings and events, related resources, and other web links.
California High Performance Schools
The Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) aims to increase the energy efficiency of schools in California by marketing information, services, and incentive programs directly at school districts and designers. The website features useful "Publications & Resources" and "Training & Events" links.
California Measurement Advisory Council
CALMAC's mission is to provide a forum for development, implementation, presentation, discussion, and review of market assessment and evaluation (MA&E) studies for energy efficiency programs within California. Their website contains information on CALMAC, new publications, updates on current evaluation and research, and a searchable database of more than 440 MA&E research reports dating from 1990.
Energy Design Resources
Energy Design Resources is a resource center for information on energy efficiency design practices and includes numerous resources related to building commissioning. Here you'll find design guidelines for commissioning, various publications, software downloads, on-line tools, and training announcements.
Energy Systems Laboratory, Texas A&M University
The Energy Systems Laboratory is a research facility for studies of energy conservation and HVAC within the Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) at Texas A&M University. Their website has a publications list to order from, information on their Continuous CommissioningSM Program, and updates on workshop and conference opportunities.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
LBNL is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratory managed by the University of California. The Lab conducts research across a wide range of disciplines, including new energy systems and building technologies.
New Buildings Institute
NBI is a nonprofit public benefits corporation promoting energy efficiency in buildings through policy development, research, guidelines, and codes. Their site offers links to commissioning-related reports, guides, reports, and tools.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PNNL is managed by the U.S. Department of Energy and targets research towards new energy resources, technologies, and practices. Their website includes many relevant links and resources, and a searchable database of publications.
PG&E's Pacific Energy Center
The Pacific Energy Center (PEC) offers educational programs, design tools, advice, and support to create energy efficient buildings and comfortable indoor environments. PEC offers numerous training opportunities related to building commissioning, many of which are free of charge. This website offers an up-to-date list of training events and classes.
PIER End-use Energy Efficiency Buildings Program
The PIER Buildings Program funds research focused on developing or improving energy efficient technologies, strategies, tools, and building performance evaluation methods. From their website you can download the latest reports, demo projects, presentations, and papers.
Portland Energy Conservation, Inc.
PECI is a nonprofit corporation that offers expert research, program design, training and guideline development, and hands-on commissioning and diagnostic services across the country. PECI's website houses numerous commissioning and O&M resources, including guidelines, papers, and case studies. Also, this site provides a link to the annual National Conference on Building Commissioning.