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Energy Benchmarking for Buildings

Do LEED-certified buildings save energy? Yes, but...

Development of a California Commercial Building Benchmarking Database
Issues related to benchmarking commercial building energy use

Benchmarking Performance Assessment for Small Commercial Buildings Final Report
Training to rate your building’s energy performance with EPA’s Portfolio Manager for Building Owners and Operators

Energy Star Energy Efficient Design Projects
Buildings database

Assessing Performance — Energy Benchmarking
Training to rate your building’s energy performance with EPA’s Portfolio Manager for Building Owners and Operators

Building Green Suite
Case studies of projects

U.S. Department of Energy High Performance Buildings Database
Searchable buildings database

U.S. Green Building Council: LEED Projects & Case Studies Directory
Project profiles

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    MIAMI, OK.--- NEO A&M College is becoming more energy efficient by taking part in the state's 2020 program. "The mandate was, we would go 2012...
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  • Hurley, NY, considers energy-efficient lighting for Highway Department garage

    HURLEY, NY: The Town Board is reviewing a proposal to convert 29 indoor and outdoor light fixtures at the Highway Department garage so they can use...
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  • St. Clair, MO, Officials Energetic About Upgrades

    St. Clair, MO, officials found out this month that their energy loan to upgrade and expand services to city buildings has been approved. Assistant...
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