ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager Compliance Reporting
Over 60,600 buildings and 4.1 billion square feet are required by their city or state to report their energy data to EPA’s Energy Star Portfolio Manager. EnergyWatch’s watchwire platform integrates with Portfolio Manager’s API, so you won’t have to manually benchmark your data to comply with local laws. The following cities/states currently require benchmarking; select a city/state to learn more about the requirements:
- New York City
- San Francisco
- Washington D.C.
Whether or not your city/state requires Energy Star benchmarking with your data, your property/portfolio can still benefit from voluntarily reporting to Portfolio Manager. 40% of Fortune 500 companies have sustainability goals in at least one of the following areas: GHG reduction commitments, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Buildings with an Energy Star label are valued by tenants, with studies showing an increase of 3.6% in occupancy and 2.5% in average rents per square foot.
With watchwire’s ability to connect with any API, as well as our thorough collection of utility data for your portfolio, EnergyWatch can future-proof your portfolio against additional mandatory reporting requirements and also help you voluntarily report to any benchmarking service in the market, including GRESB and CDP. Utilize your data to increase your company’s transparency and visibility with shareholders and stakeholders alike.