The Department of Energy’s Building Energy Asset Score (Asset Score) is a national standardized tool for evaluating the physical and structural energy efficiency of commercial and multifamily residential buildings. The City of Atlanta worked collaboratively with the Department of Energy to customize the tool to record and analyze energy audit data required for submission by the City’s Commercial Buildings Energy Efficiency Ordinance.

Your energy audit service provider can submit data by creating an account on the Asset Score website and entering information for the required data fields. For instructions and user guides, please see below:

Asset Score Instructions for Atlanta

Asset Score Quick Start Guide

Asset Score Audit Template Solutions

Templates for Completing the Energy Savings Opportunity Section

 

Asset Score Audit Reporting Tool Webinar

The City of Atlanta’s Commercial Buildings Energy Efficiency Ordinance requires commercial buildings above 25,000 square feet to obtain an ASHRAE Level II or equivalent energy audit every 10 years. In order to comply, the City will require summary audit reports to be submitted for review through the Department of Energy’s Asset Score Audit Reporting Tool. This web-based platform allows service providers to easily input their audit data and track their submission. Join the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Resilience and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory on Wednesday, August 8th at 11AM EDT for an informative webinar on the Asset Score Audit Reporting Tool. This webinar is tailored for energy service providers, but building owners/managers are welcome to join.

Watch a recording of this webinar below: