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Building Electric Use Intensities (EUIs)

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Benchmarking Building Energy Performance

This website allows you to:

  1. Quickly benchmark your building's energy performance (a rating).
  2. Approximate energy use and cost savings from building energy upgrades.
You can benchmark these 24 building types:


Office1
Elementary/middle school1
High school1
Distribution/shipping center1
Clinic/other outpatient health
Convenience store
Motel or inn
Nursing home/assisted living1
Post office/postal center
Hotel1
Retail store1
Dormitory/fraternity/sorority
Fire station/police station
Library
Laboratory
Hospital/inpatient health
Grocery store/food market
Restaurant/cafeteria1
Other public order and safety
Refrigerated warehouse
Non-refrigerated warehouse
Medical office (diagnostic)1
Recreation1
Fast food
1Regional "close-to-home" distribution provided for this building type. National distributions provided for others.

Created and maintained by the Buildings Technology Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. We are grateful to the states of Iowa, Colorado, Florida, Vermont, and the Asia-Pacific countries who shared energy use and cost data on their buildings and industrial facilities.

Initial research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Buildings Technology Program.

Last update: January 14, 2008