The ENERGY STAR score for retail stores applies to both retail stores and wholesale club/supercenters. The objective of the ENERGY STAR score is meant to fairly assess how a property’s energy use measures up against similar properties considering the climate and business activities. A statistical analysis of the peer population is performed to identify the aspects of property activity that are significant drivers of energy use and to normalize for those same factors. The result of this analysis is an equation that predicts the energy use of a property, based on its business activities. This prediction is compared to the property’s actual energy use to yield a 1 to 100 percentile ranking in relation to the national population of properties.
Use this annotated presentation to provide your audience with an overview of Portfolio Manager---including where it is used, who uses it, and why; the metrics it provides; and ways to get data into the tool.
This 19-page document lists all of the property types available in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and describes the property type definitions and associated use details. Portfolio Manager has more than 80 property types from which to choose when setting up your property.