Cities and utilities often share common goals and can find may ways to work together to implement strategies that make it easier for building owners to meet the requirements of energy performance policies. This guide is intended for cities to help them identify tools and tactics for working with their utilities.
This guide is designed to help investor-owned utilities, and specifically their key accounts representatives, take their customer service for local governments to the next level.
Des Moines and MidAmerican created this building owner request form for aggregated data.
St. Louis and Ameren/Spire created a building owner request form for aggregated data.
These letters of support were delivered to the Georgia Public Service Commissioners to request increased access to energy data.
National nonprofits and the commercial real estate community supported the City of Denver’s benchmarking ordinance by sending support letters to the Colorado Public Utility Commission.
For access to tenant energy performance data, the city of Atlanta and Georgia Power created a tenant consent form.
For access to tenant energy performance data, the city of Boston and Eversource/National Grid created a tenant consent form.