Benefits of public energy benchmarking data

Publication Title: Benefits of public energy benchmarking data

Consortium Member(s): Rutgers University

Project Contact: Clinton J. Andrews

Date: April 30, 2015

Policy implementers are interested in identifying the most effective ways to promote the use of benchmarking data in order to (a) add relevance to energy data in real estate transactions, and (b) increase investments into energy efficient building retrofits. This report provides feedback from representatives of more than 21 organizations operating in the Philadelphia, New York City, and regional or national markets on the benefits of public energy benchmarking data.