• Benchmarking Project

    Iowa Energy Center (ASERTTI Member) Benchmarking Partnership Releases Energy Data For Over 1,800 Public Buildings

    Building energy data has been collected for approximately 30% of all of Iowa’s public buildings, and available to view by the public via an online database. The benchmarking project will offer a better understanding of the state’s building performance and energy consumption.

  • EPRI (ASERTTI Member) Launces Study on Integrated Grid

    EPRI (ASERTTI Member) Launces Study on Integrated Grid

    The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) launched a recent study on the transformation of the electric power grid. The intent of the paper, The Integrated Grid: Realizing the Full Value of Central and Distributed Energy Resources, is to align stakeholders, and support open, fact-based discussion about the grid and distributed resources.

  • Energy Center of Wisconsin releases study for facilities managers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center

    Energy Center of Wisconsin releases study for facilities managers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center

    The report, Impact of Climate Variability on the Energy Use and Economics of NASA facilities, highlights key technologies aimed at decreasing future building energy use under various climate change scenarios, and that can help mitigate the impacts of climate change.


ASERTTI is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase the effectiveness of energy research efforts in contribution to economic growth, environmental quality, and energy security, through:

  • Collaboration on research projects with state, federal, and private partners.
  • Sharing technical and operational information among members and associates.

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CollaborationASERTTI Members develop working relationships to serve the public interest in clean energy research and deployment.

CommunicationASERTTI Members identify, share, and promote information on emerging energy technology solutions and practices.

Implementation | ASERTTI Members implement over $3 billion in energy programs and projects annually. ASERTTI helps to expand and leverage members’ valuable resources.

ASERTTI offers Members access to a wide range of R&D resources from beyond their local networks to support broader tech transfer. Through key collaborations within four focus areas, ASERTTI helps to disseminate results of member organizations’ technology R&D to state, federal, and other national stakeholders.

  1. Building Technologies
  2. Energy Storage
  3. Renewable Energy
  4. Industrial Energy Efficiency