How much energy your buildings use should matter to you. If you can measure it, you can control it. If you can control it, you can manage it. Are you actively benchmarking? If not, join the energy benchmarking movement today!
Keeping you informed:
Learn all the basics of energy benchmarking, including the benefits and barriers to managing your building’s energy performance.
Read about ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager in Canada and catch up with thousands of Canadian buildings that are registered in the benchmarking tool. You will be able to monitor, rate and optimize your buildings’ energy use in one place.
ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager uses a 1-100 ENERGY STAR score: a score of 50 indicates average energy performance, while a score of 75 or more indicates top performance. Find out if your building is eligible.
ENERGY STAR certification is a mark of a high performing building in Canada. Starting in 2018, eligible building types will be able to apply for this designation and share their success with everyone who walks by or through their doors.
Find energy benchmarking tools, information, technical reference documents and training to help your way to energy savings.
Would you like to know how many buildings are registered in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager? Our regularly updated benchmarking snapshots will provide details on energy benchmarking in Canada.
Read case studies about commercial and insitutional building sector champions who prove that energy benchmarking is essential to realizing energy efficiency success.
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The best way to keep informed of updates to Portfolio Manager activities is to sign up for our monthly newsletter Heads Up: Building Energy Efficiency. Still have questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada and are registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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