Benchmarking Updates + Deadlines Last year marked the first year of the statewide energy benchmarking assembly bill, AB 802. This year California building energy benchmarking continues to push the envelope with updates to AB 802’s implementation, two new municipal ordinances, and continued improvements in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Berkeley. Below is a summary
Are you ready to submit your building’s energy data? The first due date for San Diego’s new benchmarking ordinance is rapidly approaching . The ordinance requires most commercial buildings over 50,000 square feet to submit annual whole-building energy data to both the City of San Diego and the State of California under AB
California’s Building Energy Benchmarking Program is officially launched and in progress! In 2015, the former Assembly Bill 1103 (AB 1103) was rescinded and replaced with AB 802. AB 802 requires commercial buildings over 50,000 sf in California to benchmark and disclose annual energy data, to be submitted to the California
Benefits a long time coming For Building Owners and Managers, it is important to understand the benefits of ongoing energy monitoring, as well as the ever-increasing legal requirements for public energy benchmarking disclosure. This article discusses California requirements and what to look out for, specifically AB 802 - Energy benchmarking and disclosure in California.
For Building Owners and Managers, it is important to understand the benefits of ongoing energy monitoring, as well as the ever-increasing legal requirements for public energy benchmarking disclosure. This article will cover the basics of Energy Star Portfolio Manager & Energy Benchmarking by reviewing how to use ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, and the various benefits