- Contacts for state/local compliance ordinances
- How do I respond to a Data Request?
- Can I delete a Data Request that I created to collect data?
- How can I check to be sure I'm sharing my property with my utility?
- How Do I Become Exempt from Reporting?
- How do I comply with LA's Ebewe ordinance?
- How do I comply with the NYC LL84 benchmarking report?
- How do I create a Data Request to collect data from others?
- How do I enter a Standard ID?
- How do I find the receipt for the Data Request that I submitted?
- How do I get my energy data from my utility? I need to submit a benchmarking report to my city/state.
- I shared my property with my provider last year, do I need to re-share annually?
- If I've replied to a data request, and my contractor also (accidentally) submits for the same property, will mine be over-written?
- Is there an ENERGY STAR analysis done at the state level?
- What do the dates on a data request report mean for a data collector?
- What do the dates on a data request report mean for a user?
- What Standard IDs are in Portfolio Manager?
- Where is the "Preview Response" button?
- Why is my utility not updating my data?
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