Energy STAR Portfolio Manager Reporting

Energy STAR Portfolio Manager Benchmarking & Reporting


Click here for a Full List of State and Federal Energy STAR Reporting Policies


Sample EnergySTAR Reporting Policies for New York, Ohio & Pennsylvania

New York, NY Local Law 84 December 2009City buildings more than 10,000 square feet and private buildings more than 25,000 square feet.

  1. Applicable buildings must track and report their annual energy use using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager tool.
  2. Benchmarking data will be publicly disclosed for applicable buildings.
OhioEO 2007-02
January 2007
The State of Ohio will use the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager tool as the benchmarking tool for state-owned facilities to establish building baselines and measure and track energy use and carbon emissions within the state.
Philadelphia, PABill No. 120428
June 2012
Non-residential buildings over 25,000 square feet are required to track energy and water consumption using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager tool. The City will publish energy and water performance metrics for eligible buildings on a publicly available online database, and the seller or lessor of any eligible building, upon request, must provide prospective purchasers or lessees with a copy of the building’s most recent Statement of Energy Performance.
Pittsburgh, PABuilding Benchmarking Ordinance October 2016All city owned buildings, and commercial buildings more than 50,000 square feet must track and report their annual energy and water use using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager tool. City owned buildings must comply by 2017 and commercial buildings by 2018.
West Chester, PAENERGY STAR Ordinance for Private Commercial Construction
February 2008
This Ordinance requires new commercial construction to be Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR and benchmarked annually in the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Tool


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