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CB Richard Ellis Adopts BOMA’s Energy Efficiency Program



The BOMA Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP) has recently been adopted by CB Richard Ellis Group as part of their recently announced environmental stewardship initiative.


By CP Editorial Staff   Energy Efficiency

The BOMA Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP) has recently been adopted by CB Richard Ellis Group as part of their recently announced environmental stewardship initiative.

The BEEP program, which offers energy savings solutions through a series of seminars, was developed by the BOMA Foundation in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star program. BEEP teaches commercial real estate professionals how to reduce energy consumption and costs with proven no- and low-cost strategies for optimizing equipment, people and practices.

Over the course of the next three years, CB Richard Ellis intends to make the BEEP material broadly available throughout the CBRE system and will seek to train more than 500 employees, including real estate managers overseeing all major office assets totaling more than 125 million square feet, according to BOMA.



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