The Energy Benchmarking and Reporting Program (Ordinance 123226 and 123993) requires owners of non-residential and multifamily buildings (20,000 sf or larger) to track energy performance and annually report to the City of Seattle. Scoll down this page for latest news!
How to Comply
Benchmark with Portfolio Manager,
make annual updates by April 1st,
and learn about disclosure and enforcement.
Compare your building's energy performance to others in Seattle and get started saving energy and money.
Why Benchmarking is Required
Learn more about the ordinance, our data analysis and reports, and why Seattle benefits from benchmarking.
ENERGY BENCHMARKING NEWS
Next Generation Policy Initiatives Passed by Seattle City Council
New legislation establishing the foundation for a building market that values energy efficiency, and sets minimum expectations around efficient operations was recently passed by City Council. The policies address:
Energy Benchmarking Dashboard - Understand Your Results!
See how your building's energy use/sf (EUI) and ENERGY STAR score stacks up to similar buildings in Seattle.