The Future of Benchmarking
A Geography-First Approach to Whole Building Benchmarking
In this industry white paper, we explore geography-first whole building benchmarking: a new, collaborative approach to benchmarking and its potential impact on utilities, building owners, energy efficiency and more.
So, What Is Geography-First Building Benchmarking?
And what can it do for your organization?
Across the country, new building benchmarking requirements and building performance standards are cropping up every year. It’s no longer just first adopters rolling out these mandates — benchmarking is here to stay. But with the building sector still representing around 40% of total U.S. energy consumption, whole building benchmarking is bigger than compliance.* It’s vital in our energy efficiency and sustainability efforts, and it’s worth examining how we can make the most meaningful impact.
This Future of Benchmarking white paper explores a geography-first approach in which regional stakeholder and utility collaboration creates value for customers, reduces costs for utilities and builds scalable ways to achieve energy savings and carbon emissions reductions.
To learn more about what we call Geography-First whole building benchmarking, read the full white paper: The Future of Benchmarking: A Geography-First Approach
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