Entertainment Benchmarking Starter Kit
Entertainment facilities, such as stadiums, convention centers, and museums, can assess their energy performance using Portfolio Manager. The following documents are intended to help you get started benchmarking and to take the next steps.
- The Quick Reference Guide for Tracking Your Energy Performance in Portfolio Manager (1MB)
A step-by-step guide of how to enter building and energy data into Portfolio Manager, as well as a list of required list of data inputs to receive a weather-normalized energy intensity for your building.
- Data Collection Template
Use this MS Excel-based spreadsheet to collect data for ten or more buildings for a one-time data upload into Portfolio Manager. Download and complete the spreadsheet, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Portfolio Manager
Use this free, online tool to receive a weather-normalized energy intensity for each building in your portfolio, which will allow you to identify the buildings with the greatest opportunities for improvements in energy performance.
- Benchmarking Guidance for Convention Centers (460KB)
Use this venue-specific document to learn how to benchmark a convention center using EPA's Portfolio Manager. In addition, you will learn about an optional industry-led data collection initiative.
- Benchmarking Guidance for Stadiums (195KB)
Use this venue-specific document to learn how to benchmark a stadium using EPA's Portfolio Manager.
Take the Next Steps
- Energy Management Guidelines
A proven strategy for superior energy management with tools and resources to help each step of the way. Based on the successful practices of ENERGY STAR partners, these guidelines for energy management can assist your organization in improving its energy and financial performance while distinguishing your organization as an environmental leader.
- Building Upgrade Manual
A strategic guide to help you plan and implement profitable energy saving building upgrades. You can maximize energy savings by sequentially following the five building upgrade stages.