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DOE Commercial Building Energy Asset Rating Program Call for Pilot Participants
Want to have early access to the free energy asset rating tool? Want to receive energy efficiency recommendations tailored to your building? Want to be one of the first to receive an energy asset rating? The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is now recruiting for the commercial building energy asset rating pilot program. The pilot will begin in spring 2012, and we are looking for commercial building owners, managers, or operators wanting to assist. Your feedback is important to our success. Participants will receive an energy asset rating and list of cost-effective energy recommendations for each building they enter. Technical support will be provided throughout the process.
Who Can Participate?
Commercial building owners, facility managers, building engineers, energy auditors, and energy consultants all are invited to participate. State governments, municipalities, and utilities also are welcome to discuss potential involvement.
What Are the Qualifiers for Participation?
The rollout of the program has been organized in a phased approach, focusing first on building types that are simplest to understand and about which we have more information to establish a rating system. Phase I, which will be included in the initial rollout, includes buildings in these categories:
• Building types: office, education, retail, and unrefrigerated warehouse
• Ownership type: both owner-occupied and leased buildings
• Vintage: any
• Climate zone: any
More information can be found below.
|DOE Energy Asset Rating Pilot Program.pdf||542.33 KB|
|Energy Asset Rating Brochure.pdf||1.22 MB|