Benchmarking in these Cities and States Yields 7% Savings

April 13, 2014
Several states and cities now require benchmarking of buildings. The states – California and Washington – plus eight major cities have achieved a 7% reduction in savings over the past three years, says Timothy Croman, manager of energy efficiency business for Standard Energy Solutions. What’s more, their energy intensity scores increased by six points. Expect more benchmarking regulations and their associated benefits, […]

Several states and cities now require benchmarking of buildings. The states – California and Washington – plus eight major cities have achieved a 7% reduction in savings over the past three years, says Timothy Croman, manager of energy efficiency business for Standard Energy Solutions. What’s more, their energy intensity scores increased by six points. Expect more benchmarking regulations and their associated benefits, he says in this podcast.

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