Energy Benchmarking

APA Environment, Natural Resources, & Energy Division


Tuesday, January 26, 2016
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. CST

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How are cities – large and small, East Coast, West Coast, and somewhere-in-between – tackling citywide energy benchmarking requirements?  Join us to explore and discuss energy benchmarking best practices, tips, and lessons learned from our panel of experts from Chicago, Seattle, and Cambridge.  You will walk away with basic benchmarking 101 facts to take back to your community, and learn how they can help your community in reaching its energy, climate, and sustainability goals. Extensive opportunity to interact and share ideas. 


Lindy Wordlaw

Lindy Wordlaw, AICP, is a planner with the Center for Neighborhood Technology. Her career began with municipal government and her current work involves planning and assistance for energy and climate issues. Read More

Nicole Ballinger

Nicole Ballinger Energy Benchmarking Advisor, City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment Nicole currently leads the program outreach and database business strategies for the City of Seattle’s energy benchmarking ordinance, which requires owners of about 3,400 commercial and multifamily buildings to annually track and report the energy performance ... Read More