Energy Benchmarking


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.

    How to Comply

    How to Comply


    Benchmark with Portfolio Manager,
    make annual updates by April 1st,
    and learn about disclosure requirements and enforcement.
    Save Energy

    Save Energy


    Compare your building's energy performance to others in Seattle and get started saving energy and money.


    Why Benchmarking is Required

    Why Benchmarking
    is Required


    Learn more about the ordinance, our data analysis and reports, and how Seattle can benefit from benchmarking.



    ENERGY BENCHMARKING NEWS

    Downtown Buildings in Seattle

    Seattle Building Energy: Next Steps Open House


    Learn about Seattle's climate goals, proposed next generation building energy efficiency policy, and resources available from local utilities and partner organizations.

    Monday, September 14, 2015 from 11 am to 1 pm

    Bertha Knight Landes Room, Seattle City Hall - 600 4th Ave.