On Monday, January 30, St. Louis, MO became the fifth city in the Midwest to pass a mandatory energy benchmarking ordinance.
The “Building Energy Awareness” ordinance requires certain buildings to record annual whole-building...
The Denver City Council has unanimously approved new energy-efficiency regulations regarding the city's commercial buildings.
The new rules passed late Monday by a vote of 11-0, with council members Albus Brooks and Stacie Gilmore absent....
Large buildings in Evanston, IL, will be required to benchmark energy performance, according to the Daily Northwestern.
The newspaper of Northwestern University, which is in Evanston, reported that aldermen voted 7-2 this week to...
This benchmarking graphic includes information on cities that have also passed building audit and/or retrocommissioning policies.
This graphic displays the state of U.S. Benchmarking Policies on a map of the U.S.
This graphic compares commercial building policies across the U.S.
This pie chart shows the gross building area covered annually by benchmarking policies across U.S.
Breakdown of Number of Properties Covered Annually by U.S benchmarking policies.
Links to Data Visualization Sites in U.S.