The New Jersey Clean Energy Act of 2018 mandates that commercial buildings over 25,000 ft² must benchmark their energy and water usage using the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager. This requirement is part of New Jersey’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and promoting sustainable energy practices. Utility providers are mandated to supply building owners and operators with a reliable and efficient solution to meet this requirement, which is where EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform comes in.
EnergyCAP, LLC has developed and implemented a software solution for utility providers with tools to manage data access requests, aggregate building-level utility data, facilitate and validate tenant data releases, match building owner data to ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, and automatically submit data to Portfolio Manager. This makes EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform the best solution to help utilities meet this requirement.
The platform has several key capabilities and characteristics that make it an ideal solution for utilities. Firstly, it is a secure and robust online system capable of supporting utility-scale data and user loads. This ensures that building owners can manage their energy and water usage data safely and efficiently.
Secondly, EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform offers building owners self-service tools, including user management, utility data requests, data aggregation, ENERGY STAR configuration, and tenant data release processing. This allows building owners to manage their data and comply with the Clean Energy Act of 2018 without relying on third-party services or placing undue burden on utility providers.
Moreover, the tenant data release process includes tenant verification. This makes it easy for building owners to collect tenant data and share it securely with the relevant authorities. The tenant data release process includes both an online workflow as well as options for uploading and storing required documentation in the platform.
EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform provides easy access options for utility company staff and administrators. This ensures that the utility provider staff can access and manage data quickly and efficiently. Additionally, the platform has an automatic ENERGY STAR submission process that includes detailed submission data information. This feature saves building owners time and ensures that their data is accurately submitted to ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager.
EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform offers extensive help documentation and training materials and has mature support processes and procedures to support both the utility provider and building owners.
In conclusion, EnergyCAP’s Utility Platform is the best solution for utility providers looking to comply with the New Jersey Clean Energy Act of 2018 and other state mandates. Its robust and secure online system, self-service tools, and automatic ENERGY STAR submission process make it an ideal solution for managing energy and water usage data. With extensive help documentation and training materials, building owners can easily get started and comply with the Clean Energy Act of 2018 efficiently.