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REALpac Energy Benchmarking Reports
Data included in all Energy Benchmarking Reports has been aggregated to protect the privacy of building owners and the identity of individual buildings. Neither the building data nor the energy use data has been audited by a third-party, although extensive review has been performed to check for errors or omissions. Some sub-market data sets or sub-groups of buildings have not been included in this report in detail as they were either too small (less than 20 buildings) or one participating organization’s submissions comprised more than 60% of a data set.


The REALpac 2014 Energy Benchmarking Report: Performance of the Canadian Office Sector (the “Report”) includes the results of the 2011, 2012 and 2013 REALpac Energy Benchmarking Surveys (the “Surveys”). The 2011 Survey results, included in REALpac’s 2012 Report and incorporated here for three-year trending, show 371 office buildings with data for the calendar year 2011. The 2012 and 2013 Surveys have 277 and 279 buildings worth of data, respectively, which indicates a decrease in participation yet the individual building metrics and Canada-wide trends illustrate new effort and enthusiasm for energy consumption measurement, monitoring, and improved performance.
The REALpac 2012 Energy Benchmarking Report: Performance of the Canadian Office Sector includes data, analyses, and results of the 2010, 2011, and 2012 REALpac Energy Benchmarking Surveys. The 2010 Survey covers a total of 267 office buildings with data for the calendar year 2009 while the 2011 and 2012 Surveys are comprised of 352 and 355 buildings worth of data, respectively, which indicates an increased level of interest and enthusiasm for energy consumption measurement, monitoring, and benchmarking. All three years of data have been analyzed and compared to provide a detailed breakdown of the trends and patterns of building energy performance across Canada over time. The results of these analyses reveal that while many owners and building managers are taking action to reduce their energy use, there are opportunities yet to be had with respect to pushing building performance to the highest levels.
 

  Released in 2011, the REALpac 2010 Energy Benchmarking Report: Performance of the Canadian Office Sector includes the results of the first annual REALpac Energy Benchmarking Survey. The 2010 Survey received a high level of interest and participation with a total of 261 office buildings having submitted data for the calendar year 2009. This data has been aggregated and analyzed to provide a detailed examination of the data trends and a baseline for building energy performance across Canada. The results, analysis, and trends in baseline data are discussed in depth in this first release of the 2010 Report and the insights gained indicate a positive and promising movement within the office sector with many owners and building managers interested and active in monitoring and reducing their energy use.



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