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I made this for my summer job to help my employer see how to go about getting our buildings energy star approved

I made this for my summer job to help my employer see how to go about getting our buildings energy star approved

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  • The LP has a guideline to aid in his/her analysis of the building. It can be found at: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager_intro then clicking on a tab
  • Data checklist http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager_datachecklistSEP http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager_sep
  • Please note: an official Letter of Agreement will be provided for download in Portfolio Manager.

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  • Energy Star Qualification Process
  • A Roadmap:
  • 1. Become an Energy Star Partner
  • 2. Sign up for Portfolio Manager
  • 3. DO Portfolio Manager (and make building adjustments, i.e. > 75)
  • 4. Verify Benchmark Data with a Licensed Professional Engineer (LP)
  • 5. Submit Application to Energy Star
  • In Summary
    1. Become an Energy Star Partner
    2. Sign up for Portfolio Manager
    3. DO Portfolio Manager (and make building adjustments, i.e. > 75)
    4. Verify Benchmark Data with a Licensed Professional Engineer (LP)
    5. Submit Application to Energy Star
  • More in-depth Outline
  • 1:Energy Star Partnership
    Visit: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=join.join_index
    Click on the “Small Businesses and Congregations” tab
    Fill out contact info
  • 2-3. The Portfolio Manager System…
    …is a free online tool that aids in evaluating a building’s energy efficiency
    …can help verify improvements in energy consumption
    …will yield an overall benchmark efficiency score from 1-100 that we need (we want >75)
  • But it also…
  • …may take some time to understand
  • This could help:
    Homepage
    https://www.energystar.gov/istar/pmpam/
    Tour
    https://www.energystar.gov/istar/pmpam/help/Portfolio%20Manager%20Tour/Portfolio_Manager_Tour.htm
    Step-by-step training
    http://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/benchmarking_training/benchmarking.html
  • The Homepage
    Sets Up:
    a general picture of PM
    a foundation for learning about PM
    a helpful list of hyperlinks in one place
  • The Tour
    Includes:
    -roadmap of Portfolio Manager (PM)
    -screenshots from actual PM
    -in-depth guide regarding use of PM
    -overview of the recognition and label earning process
  • The Step-by-step training
    Runs through:
    -creating a profile account
    -editing a property
    -modifying and editing a space
    -editing energy meters
    -viewing and interpreting results
  • 4. Data Verification
    Find an LP with Energy Star’s Directory:
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=PE_DIRECTORY.
  • The LP
    The licensed professional will validate:
    -the Statement of Energy Performance (SEP)
    -the data checklist
  • 5. Submitting the Application
    NEED:
    Signed Letter of Agreement
    Signed and stamped Statement of Energy Performance (SEP)
    Signed Data Checklist to EPA (postmarked within 120 days of the SEP Period Ending Date)
  • Mail to:
    ENERGY STAR Label for Buildingsc/o The Cadmus Group, Inc.1600 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 500Arlington, VA 22209
  • Credits
    Jake Roth