Energy, water and waste – All in one place!
Join the building energy benchmarking movement!
Start using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager today and catch up with thousands of Canadian buildings that are already reaping the benefits of using this energy benchmarking tool. With ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager you can monitor, rate and optimize your building's energy use - all in a secure online environment.
In order to access ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, you will need to leave Natural Resources Canada's website.
Please note the following information when using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager:
- The tool is bilingual, but anything else on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website is not available in French.
- The tool has been adapted to include Canadian weather, postal codes, both official languages, the metric system and data specific to Canada.
- Portfolio Manager and ENERGY STAR are trademarks of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
- ENERGY STAR recognition opportunities will soon be a part of Natural Resources Canada’s benchmarking programs and tools.
- Get started with the benchmarking starter kit
- Portfolio Manager training
- Exchanging Data: Resources to Help you Get Started
- Data safety and security protocol
- ENERGY STAR Certification in Canada (Winter 2018)
- ENERGY STAR Buildings FAQs
- Contact Us
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