Atlanta is the first major Southeast city to adopt a benchmarking and transparency policy.
Last night the Atlanta City Council unanimously passed legislation that will use cost-effective energy efficiency opportunities to spur local...
Earlier this month, Philadelphia City Council voted unanimously to expand the city’s existing energy benchmarking program to include multi-family facilities over 50,000 square feet. The change will impact more than 800 buildings, which will soon...
Berkeley Energy Saving Ordinance was adopted into law on unanimous consent on March 10, 2015. The ordinance will require energy assessments at time of sale for medium, small, and single family buildings, as well phased-in by building size and...
This graphic displays the state of U.S. Benchmarking Policies on a map of the U.S.
This pie chart shows the gross building area covered annually by benchmarking policies across U.S. jurisdictions.
Breakdown of Number of Properties Covered Annually by U.S benchmarking policies.
This graphic displays Residential Energy Disclosure Policies across U.S. jurisdictions.
This graphic compares commercial building policies across 10 U.S. cities.
This graphic compares commercial building policies among 1 U.S. county and 2 U.S. states.