Property Types Eligible to Receive a 1-100 ENERGY STAR Score

Among the more than 80 property types built into Portfolio Manager, those listed below are eligible to receive a 1 – 100 ENERGY STAR score, which compares your property to similar properties nationwide. A score of 50 represents median energy performance, while a score of 75 or higher means your building is a top energy performer — and may be eligible for ENERGY STAR certification.

What is the 1-100 ENERGY STAR score and certification for buildings?

Click on the property type to learn how it’s defined and what data you’ll have to enter to benchmark your building in Portfolio Manager and receive an ENERGY STAR score. All types are eligible to earn ENERGY STAR certification except those marked with an asterisk.

In the United States: In Canada:
Bank branch Distribution center
Barracks* Financial office
Convenience Store K-12 school
Courthouse Hospital
Data center Ice/Curling rink
Distribution center Medical office
Financial office

Non-refrigerated warehouse

Hospital (general medical & surgical) Office
Hotel Refrigerated warehouse
K-12 school Retail store
Medical office Residential care facility
Multifamily housing Self-storage facility
Non-refrigerated warehouse Senior living community
Office Supermarket/Grocery store
(covers supermarket/grocery store,
food sales, and convenience store
with or without gas station)
Refrigerated warehouse Wholesale club/ supercenter
Residence hall/ dormitory*
Retail store
Single-family home*
Senior living community
Supermarket/grocery store
Wastewater treatment plant*
Wholesale club/supercenter
Worship facility

Still didn’t receive a score? See all the eligibility criteria for the 1 – 100 ENERGY STAR score.

You can also refer to the ENERGY STAR score details by property type for more information on the specific methodologies used to calculate 1 – 100 ENERGY STAR scores for each of these property types.

*These property types are not eligible for ENERGY STAR certification, but they can still receive a 1-100 score.