Ecova aims to help multi-site clients adapt to Energy Star rules
By Andy Giegerich
Sustainable Business Oregon editor
Ecova's services could help its multi-state clients meet Energy Star rules in given markets.
Ecova this week has rolled out a new service that could help companies meet energy reporting requirements.
The service aims to help multi-site clients meet reporting standards required through Energy Star. Eight major cities, along with California and Washington, added the new requirements in the past year.
Ecova’s customer base includes several restaurant and retailing chains that must track regulations in multiple jurisdictions. In all, Ecova is helping clients who operate 40,000 buildings fulfill their Energy Star reports.
The Energy Star’s building program benchmarks structures and demonstrates which buildings perform well as well as those that don’t.
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