The Future of Benchmarking

A Geography-First Whole Building Benchmarking Approach

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.

What is Geography-First Whole Building Benchmarking?

And what can it do for your organization?​

whole building benchmarkingAcross the nation, legislative bodies from the municipal to federal level are releasing building energy and water benchmarking requirements and progressive building performance standards. It’s no longer just first adopters rolling out these mandates — benchmarking is here to stay. And with around 40% of total U.S. energy consumption coming from the building sector, it’s more than a compliance issue, it’s about efficiency and sustainability.* 

This white paper explores a geography-first approach in which regional collaboration creates value for customers, reduces costs for utilities and builds for the entire ecosystem’s future. On the path to building performance standards and forward looking policies, benchmarking is essential and collaboration is more than convenient, it’s essential.

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.

*Institute for Market Transformation, Building Energy Policies and Programs,

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