City of Seattle's Building Energy Performance Data Available Online

May 3, 2017

Last month, Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE) published over 3,300 properties and their building energy performance data through the Seattle's Energy Benchmarking program.  One of the goal is to create long-term market demand for energy efficient buildings, protect tenant interests, and reward high-performers.

The data can be accessed through the City's Open Data portal  and the public can also explore individual building's performance and compare similar buildings throughout the city through the visualization mapping tool.

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