Elevate Buildings is a Salt Lake City initiative which began in 2016 to identify ways the City could increase energy efficiency, while bolstering economic development, improving air quality, and decreasing energy waste.
Over 18 months, the Department of Sustainability collected feedback from industry experts, local utilities, the commercial real estate community, the public, and other cities. The conclusions drawn from the Elevate Buildings engagement process shaped the final Energy Benchmarking & Transparency Ordinance, as well as the energy efficiency programs offered through the City, and the energy data automation services offered by Rocky Mountain Power and Dominion Energy.
Read the ordinance (18.94) here.
Read the press release after the City Council passed the ordinance in August 2017.
Building owners and managers can learn more about compliance, workshops, and other resources using the navigation buttons below.
Please Note: ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager currently offline
If you are attempting to comply with the Energy Benchmarking & Transparency Ordinance, Salt Lake City is aware that ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager is temporarily inaccessible due to the Federal Government shut down. In the meantime, please be sure that you have updated the relevant email contact information associated with your building at slcbenchmarking.com to ensure that you can receive updates about this matter and others associated with the benchmarking ordinance from firstname.lastname@example.org.