Nebraska is making another stride on efficiency, launching an initiative to measure – and eventually reduce – the energy used in buildings throughout the state.
Last month, the federal Department of Energy preliminarily awarded the Nebraska...
Thirty-five U.S. jurisdictions have laws or executive actions mandating energy benchmarking, according to the Institute for Market Transformation. Although ten pertain just to public buildings, most (25) cover other property types, including...
SINGAPORE — To spur building owners to come up with innovative and cost-effective solutions to reduce their energy consumption, all buildings will be required to disclose their energy use in the future. In the run-up to that, the Building and...
Links to Data Visualization Sites in U.S.
This graphic compares commercial building policies across the U.S.
This benchmarking graphic includes information on cities that have also passed bu
This graphic displays the state of U.S. Benchmarking Policies on a map of the U.S.
In the past few years, some states and cities have enacted policies requiring performance rating and disclosure for privately owned