- What time-frame are my metrics based on?
- How do I assess my property if there is no score?
- Are there any monthly metrics?
- Where are the monthly energy metrics for electricity and gas?
- How are metrics calculated for delivered fuels?
- My EDU is incorrect. How can I correct it?
- Property A has a better Site EUI than Property B, but Property B has a better score. Why?
- What are the Site to Source energy conversion factors?
- What does "Adjusted to Current Year" mean?
- What do the numbers in the "Change" column of the Metrics Summary table represent?
- What is a target and how do I set one?
- What metric names have been changed?
- What metrics are available in custom reporting?
- What's the single best metric to track?
- When is the reference data in Portfolio Manager updated?
- Where can I find my predicted energy?
- Last Modified: How do I know when my property was last updated?
- Last Modified: What types of edits trigger an update?
- Last Modified: Why is my "Date Last Modified" N/A?
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