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OLE Pathway: Asset Management

Navigating your building’s energy consumption: Energy Star Portfolio Manager

More and more, local governments and provincial organizations are looking to require energy consumption tracking and reporting for buildings. This type of energy benchmarking can be a powerful tool to drive energy efficiency and lower GHG emissions. By benchmarking your building, you can compare its performance to historical use and similar buildings to see your conservation savings and catch problems early to avoid high costs. Join us in this rapid 30-minute webinar to learn more about the benefits of benchmarking and how BCNPHA can get you signed up for free, with minimal hassle.



January 20, 2022


11:00 am - 11:30 am

Registration Start/End Date:

Registration closes January 20, 2022

Who should attend

Non-profit housing provider staff who handle energy  utility billing and/or property management; board  members interested in supporting energy conservation;  anyone interested in learning more about the future of  benchmarking buildings in BC.

What you will learn

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of tracking your building’s energy consumption in Energy Star Portfolio Manager;
  • Determine your building’s eligibility and know what you need to sign up;
  • See a case study where benchmarking helped a non-profit housing society;
  • Plan your request for our Asset Management services to help building performance and your bottom line


Rachelle Grohs
BCNPHA Asset Management Coordinator

Rachelle is a solutions-focused engineer who is passionate about improving existing buildings that lower GHG emissions and contribute to better health and well-being for tenants. She draws on her knowledge of architectural conservation and sustainability to help housing providers understand their energy use, explore retrofit opportunities, and connect the sector with funding opportunities.