- Are ENERGY STAR scores based on the properties in Portfolio Manager?
- Can I get the equations used to derive the scores?
- Does my fuel mix affect my score?
- Does the ENERGY STAR score account for building age?
- Does the ENERGY STAR Score factor in my energy efficient technology?
- Does the ENERGY STAR score factor in my water efficiency?
- How do I view an old score?
- How does EPA determine what variables to include in the ENERGY STAR score calculation?
- How is my score calculated if 25% of the building can't get a score?
- How is my score calculated?
- How often does EPA update the calculations behind the ENERGY STAR scores?
- Is there a minimum number of Weekly Operating Hours to get a score?
- Is there a minimum property size to get a score?
- Is there uncertainty associated with the ENERGY STAR score?
- My energy use decreased, why did my score also decrease?
- What are the requirements to get an ENERGY STAR score?
- What is an ENERGY STAR score?
- What is the process to add a new score type to Portfolio Manager?
- What source data (CBECS) was used to create the ENERGY STAR scores?
- Which CBECS data is Portfolio Manager using?
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