The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) helps high-performance building and energy efficiency professionals improve their practices by learning from and networking with one another. Founded in 1975, NESEA is today the region’s leading membership organization promoting sustainable energy practices in the built environment. NESEA’s work is vital to increasing sustainability, especially in the building sector. In the United States, the building sector accounts for nearly half of all energy consumption. It also produces nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions, making it the largest single contributor to climate change. To shape the built environment is to shape the future not only of our cities and towns, but also of our planet.
Headquartered in Greenfield, MA, NESEA operates primarily in the northeastern United States (the six New England states plus New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania), but increasingly reach out to share ideas nationally and internationally.
BuildingEnergy magazine is the voice of NESEA and the Fall 2019 issue profiles Ecopilot® entitled Using Artificial Intelligence To Reduce Energy Consumption. You can check out the full Fall issue here or simply download a copy of the article here.