Energy Efficiency Starts with Benchmarking

The NJ Certified Building Benchmarker Training provides building owners with the tools and know-how to benchmark their buildings. A list of NJ Certified Benchmarkers is also available.

New Jersey’s Energy and Water Benchmarking Program requires owners of commercial buildings larger than 25,000 square feet to benchmark using EPA’s Energy Star Portfolio Manager. The NJ Board of Public Utilities and the Clean Energy Learning Center established the NJ Certified Benchmarker program to create a pool of analysts knowledgeable about Portfolio Manager and the policies and rules of the Benchmarking Program. Building owners can engage a NJ Certified Benchmarker to meet their benchmarking obligations. Start the course.

The Benefits of Benchmarking

View the video below to understand the many benefits of benchmarking your building.
To learn more about the NJ Benchmarking Program visit CEA Benchmarking | NJ OCE Web Site.

NJ Certified Benchmarkers are people who passed a test on their knowledge of Portfolio Manager and NJ’s benchmarking program policy and rules. They can help you with every step of the benchmarking process.

Be a Part of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Future

New Jersey joins an increasing number of states and municipalities across the United States in establishing benchmarking programs to measure the energy and water performance of buildings.