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Open House 10/17 on Energy Benchmarking & Reporting

Commercial and multi-family building owners – energy costs got you down?

Join program staff from the Department of Planning and Development on October 17th  to learn more about the Seattle Building Energy Benchmarking and Reporting Ordinance and find out how to take a bite out of your energy bills. You’ll learn about: 

    -Free tools available to evaluate your building’s energy use
   – Financial incentives for improving your building’s energy efficiency
   – The city’s energy benchmarking and reporting program

You’ll also hear from other owners that have already taken the plunge into deep energy savings. Many resources have been developed to assist building owners including a self-guided webinar, FAQ’s and a How to Benchmark Guide. Local utilities have simplified the benchmarking process and now offer automated benchmarking to transfer summarized building energy consumption data directly into a building owners Portfolio Manager account. This service eliminates time consuming monthly manual data updates.

 Exhibitors include: 

  • Seattle City Light
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Seattle Steam
  • City Green Building
  • 2030 District
  • Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance/Better Bricks
  • Seattle Climate Partnership 
  • Northwest Energy Efficiency Council
  • US Environmental Protection Agency

Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes room
600 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA
4:00-7:00 PM (presentation at 6:00)