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Once you sign up as a member on BuildingRating.org, you can save the search results you turn up in our Document Library. They will always be there when you come back, so you can get right back to the content that interests you.
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As rating and disclosure policy is on the rise and happening all over, our database is always growing. We love to receive submissions from insiders, experts, and enthusiasts anywhere in the world. Your contributions will help make this free, public database the most comprehensive and informative it can be.
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When new developments are coming to BuildingRating.org, our members are the first to know. We turn to our membership base when we announceing new web tools and for feedback on content and analyses. As a member, be the recipient of early versions of our newest resources and help us develop more that suit your individual needs and perspective.
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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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