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Energy efficiency indicator 2011. Survey results for IFMA . The Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey. Global survey reaches nearly 4,000 in its 5 th year. The Energy Efficiency Indicator looks into the minds of decision-makers for facilities all over the world.

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energy efficiency indicator 2011

Energy efficiency indicator 2011

Survey results for IFMA

the energy efficiency indicator survey

The Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey

Global survey reaches nearly 4,000 in its 5th year

The Energy Efficiency Indicator looks into the minds of decision-makers for facilities all over the world.

Executives, operators and managers report on energy practices, priorities, drivers and barriers.

  • In 2011, the survey was administered in 8 languages on 6 continents
    • 24 industry segments
    • C-level, VP’s, energy managers, facility directors, real estate professionals
    • 32 partner organizations around the world distributed the survey to their members

Respondents by world region

Full results available at

international facility management association

International Facility Management Association


  • Must have budget responsibility for their organization’s facilities.
  • Job responsibilities must include reviewing or monitoring energy usage, and/or proposing or approving initiatives to make organization’s facilities more efficient.


  • Portfolio
  • 92% responsible for 50,000sf or more
  • 43% responsible for more than 500,000 sf
  • Role
  • 60% facility managers
  • 30% VP level
  • Location
  • 35% in urban areas
  • 61% suburban or industrial park
how important is energy to ifma members

How important is energy to IFMA members?

By the numbers…

report that energy is “extremely important” or “very important”

are paying more attention to energy than a year ago



report that energy management is “extremely important” or “very important”



have taken actions to reduce energy use in the past year

have invested in energy projects

report that energy management is “extremely important” or “very important”



have a green certified building

have an energy reduction goal

what is driving energy efficiency


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What is driving energy efficiency?

Cost, incentives, public image top the list

How significant are the following in your organization\'s energy efficiency decisions?


Average change in energy prices expected by IFMA members

energy efficiency in action

Energy efficiency in Action

Which measures are IFMA members adopting?

Which of the following energy efficiency measures has your company/organization adopted in the last 12 months?

wide range of projects pursued

Wide range of projects pursued

Top 7 measures (out of a total 52 possible)

Switched to energy efficient bulbs, lamps, ballasts, or fixtures

76% 66% 58% 53% 47% 44% 44%

Adjusted HVAC control setpoints or schedules

Installed occupancy- or photo- sensors for lights

Increased awareness of facility occupants to reduce energy use

Educated facilities operations staff to reduce energy use

Upgraded or improved an existing building management system

Replaced inefficient equipment before the end of its useful life

green building on the rise

Green building on the rise

Both new construction and existing buildings certifying

First year that existing building certification surpassed new construction

technology expectations 10 year horizon

Technology expectations -10 year horizon

Where do IFMA members expect to see growth?

Which of the following on-site technologies do you expect to have the greatest increase in market adoption over the next ten years? (select up to three)

the path to energy efficiency

The Path to energy efficiency

5 key barriers identified in EEI survey

Awareness of opportunities to increase efficiency

Technical expertise to develop & implement projects

Certainty around estimated savings and returns

Project achieving required internal hurdle rate

Availability of internal or external funding

regions at different points along the path

regions at different points along the Path

Awareness & expertise more critical in India, China

What is the top barrier to pursuing energy efficiency at your company/organization?

barriers to efficiency

Barriers to efficiency

Technical, organizational, and financial challenges

What is the top barrier to pursuing energy efficiency at your company/organization?

four factors linked with greater action

Four factors linked with greater action

Goals, data analysis, resources and external financing

Success Factors

Measures Implemented

Setting a reduction goal

Analyzing energy data frequently

Adding internal or external resources

Using external financing

13.2measures adopted by orgs with all 4 attributes

3.2 for those with none

success factors

Success Factors

How are IFMA members doing in 4 key areas?

Analysis of nearly 4,000 responses revealed four factors that correlate with more energy efficiency, clean energy and smart building actions:

Percentage of respondents:


55% 47% 45% 51%

1. Setting a reduction goal

2. Analyzing energy data frequently

3. Adding internal or external resources

4. Using external financing

Full results available at