Are you looking for ways to save energy and reduce operating costs? Energy Performance Benchmarking enables property owners and operators to monitor energy performance over time, identify and prioritize energy efficiency opportunities, and verify energy and cost savings.
Information for Customers:
Property Owners are subject to several California benchmarking and disclosure policies requiring them to benchmark and disclose the energy use of their building. To comply with these policies, Property Owners need building tenants to release their energy data to the Property Manager for use in the benchmarking analysis.
To release data to your Property Owner, please complete the Portfolio Manager Web Services Data Authorization form. This can be done in one of two ways:
For assistance with benchmarking through the EPA’s Portfolio Manager, please see the instructions and webinars provided on the ENERGY STAR website or refer to ENERGY STAR's online Help and FAQ.
PG&E offers several resources to assist with activating PG&E Portfolio Manager Web Services:
Depending on the size and location of a building, building owners may be required to benchmark a building using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager and disclose the building’s energy use. Learn more about the California benchmarking policies for non-residential buildings: