The Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge is a voluntary initiative that challenges building stakeholders to demonstrate cost-effective strategies for reducing building energy and water consumption, with the goal of reducing energy consumption and water consumption by 20% by 2020. Leading facility operators have already met the goals of the challenge and can benefit from reduced utility costs, fewer maintenance calls, improved tenant retention, and public recognition. These leaders also support Atlanta's economy through implementing energy and water conservation measures.
Building Participants commit to:
The Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge provides:
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Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge Data provides building performance metrics to track aggregate progress and provide local benchmarking comparisons based on actual data.**
See who’s involved - the community of public and private organizations is as diverse as the buildings.
As Participants report utility data in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager®, the collective results are visualized in interactive charts, graphs and tables by resource use, cost, GHG emissions and ENERGY STAR® Score.
The Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge is a community partner in the Better Buildings Challenge, a U.S. Department of Energy Program supporting the nation's efforts to save money, reduce energy waste and carbon pollution.
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*Individual building data remains confidential, unless authorized for publication by the participant. **Metrics are updated at regular intervals. Utility data and property use attributes are self-reported, and may contain errors. All reported metrics are annual metrics.