BuildingRating.org is a hub for global activity in building energy rating and disclosure policy. Learn how energy rating works, compare local policies, and gain access to the resources you need to understand how rating and disclosure affects you. How can this site help you?
Read full policy briefs on energy rating laws in the following countries:
|There are more than two dozen U.S. cities and states with energy rating and disclosure laws.||More than 30 countries in Europe have energy rating and certification programs.||Australia has national rating programs enforced by law and building code.||China has a unique rating program using asset and operational ratings.|
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A rating evaluates the energy efficiency of a home or building. Disclosure is the process of publicizing this efficiency score. Such energy performance transparency informs the market about energy costs and encourages investments in efficiency. Learn more about Rating & Disclosure
Rating and Disclosure policies exist in more than 50 cities, states, and countries worldwide. This includes every EU member state, China, Australia, and jurisdictions across the United States. Check the global policy map
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