Resource pages for "Energy Benchmarking"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
To date, more than 11 billion square feet, 15% of the U.S. commercial building floorspace, is covered by an energy benchmarking and disclosure policy.
For organizations that want sustained improvement in energy performance—and sustained cost savings—EPA recommends energy benchmarking as a first step.
For actionable insight, buildings are increasingly tracking and comparing energy performance.
The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) and New Buildings Institute (NBI), with support from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, launch Life-Cycle Energy Performance Framework for Cities tool.
Released by Lucid in partnership with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, BenchmarkMyBuilding enables facility management professionals to leverage billions of data points on commercial building energy use.
The capital city of Colorado joins a growing list of U.S. cities requiring buildings of certain sizes to track and report energy use.
With access to real-time data, facility teams are equipped to make fast, educated decisions to maximize productivity.
Legislation requiring facility owners to report consumption is increasing. Is this obligation an opportunity or burden?