- Is there a list of units for each metric type?
- Are there web services that can help me find out why my property is not receiving a score?
- The metrics sourceIntensityScore50 and sourceIntensityScore75 have been removed from the Web Services Reporting API section. Will these metrics be replaced?
- Are "change from baseline" metrics included in the current reporting services?
- Do reporting services provide a breakdown of site energy use by type, as is currently available on the Statement of Energy Performance?
- Are Heating Degree Days (HDD) and Cooling Degree Days (CDD) available via web services? What method will be used to retrieve that information?
- Our customers would like ENERGY STAR scores for each of their buildings. What do we do with property uses that aren't eligible for scores?
- When I generate metrics for a parent property (campus), are the meters from associated sub-properties (buildings) automatically included in calculations? If not, how can I include the sub-properties?
- Where can I find a complete and up-to-date list of the metrics that can be pulled from Portfolio Manager via the web services?
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