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4th Minneapolis Benchmarking Data Jam

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Center for Energy and Environment

212 3rd Ave. N.

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

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FREE benchmarking training for commercial and multifamily property owners, managers, and operators.

The City of Minneapolis is hosting a benchmarking data jam to help building owners and managers efficiently track and manage energy usage and comply with the City's benchmarking policy. At this free, half-day ‘data jam’ training session, you will:

  • learn how to comply with the City of Minneapolis' benchmarking policy

  • benchmark your building(s) with the help of benchmarking technical assistants

  • utilize NEW online tools to benchmark energy usage

  • learn how to use and interpret benchmarking results

By the end of the session, your properties will be set up in the free, online benchmarking tool, ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, and your gas and electric utility data will automatically upload into your account. You will be compliance-ready.

Who should attend?

  • Building owners, managers, and operators of commercial and multifamily buildings 50,000 sq.ft. and greater

Whether you are new to benchmarking or not, this data jam will provide new and valuable information on how to benchmark your building efficiently using new automated utility data tools.

The City of Minneapolis recently extended its benchmarking ordinance to include large multifamily buildings and an energy evaluation component. Building owners and managers of residential buildings 50,000 sq.ft. and greater will be required to report annual energy and water consumption data to the City, and commercial and residential buildings with high savings potential will be required to conduct an energy evaluation every 5 years (only if a no-cost option is available). Reporting will be phased in over a number of years. Owners and managers of multifamily buildings 100,000 sq.ft. and greater will be the first to submit data by June 1, 2019 and those with buildings 50,000-99,999 square feet will report in 2020. Energy evaluation requirements will begin in 2020 as well.

Find out more about benchmarking, Minneapolis' building benchmarking policy, and other helpful information at www.minneapolisenergybenchmarking.org.

Seats are limited and registration is required, so register today!

Prior to attending the event, please review Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy's Energy Benchmarking resources available to you as a utility customer.

Please bring the following to this event:

  • Laptop or tablet

  • At least one utility bill for all Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy accounts

  • 2018 utility bills for Minneapolis Water Services and NRG / Clearway (if applicable). Invoices must cover usage from Jan. 1, 2018 - Dec. 31, 2018, which might entail 13 utility bills

  • Property address

  • Property use details*

  • Total gross floor area of property**

  • Year built

  • Occupancy (%) See ENERGY STAR definition here

*Additional required information varies by building type. Refer to ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager's Data Collection Worksheet.

**Total gross floor area includes the entire floor area of the building, including common areas and leased space.

Transportation

The Minneapolis Central Library provides parking information here.

Bike racks are located near the entrances on the east and west sides of the building.

The Library is accessible via several transit lines. See MetroTransit for details.

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QUESTIONS?
katie.jones@minneapolismn.gov | minneapolisenergybenchmarking.org

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