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Best Practices for Utilities Deploying Data Tools for Multifamily Properties

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As interest in energy benchmarking has increased nationwide, utility customers are increasingly looking for easy and user-friendly ways to track their energy usage. For multifamily building owners, however, access to whole building energy information is often hindered where tenants are the utility customer and the usage in specific units is unknown. This guide seeks to inform utilities of the current barriers for multifamily building owners and share best practices for deploying data tools to serve those customers.

Author: 
Energy Efficiency for All
Date: 
Thursday, June 8, 2017
News/Event: 
News
Tags: 
Program Design
Utility Regulation
Data Access
Public Utility Commissions
Categories: 
Program Design and Budgets

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