Utility Enabled Whole Building Data Access
The Problems, Processes, and Possibilities
In this playbook, we explore the barriers, practical approaches, and stakeholder benefits around utility-enabled whole building data access.
Building Level Utility Data: The Dual Reality
A key to scaling building sector climate solutions, and a long-standing barrier.
Existing buildings account for nearly 40% of energy consumption in the U.S. Moreover, direct and indirect emissions from buildings rose to 10 GtCO2 globally in 2019, the largest amount ever recorded and a serious threat to our climate. Meaningful change starts with reducing consumption, continues with investing in energy efficiency and retrofits, and leads to transforming buildings into grid-interactive assets – none of which can happen at scale without baseline data for every building.
Building energy consumption remains an unsolved problem at scale – it takes baselines across all building types and sizes to drive meaningful change. Utility data is the key, but easy, consistent access has stalled progress for years.
This playbook explores the barriers, practical approaches, and stakeholder benefits around utility-enabled whole building data access.
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