Participants in the commercial session will learn how to use EPA's energy performance rating system within Portfolio Manager to benchmark the energy performance of office space; they will learn how to collect and input relevant energy consumption data and how to interpret the Energy Performance Rating used to compare energy performance against a national building stock and within their own portfolio and how top performers can apply for the prestigious ENERGY STAR label.
What does EPRS stand for?
EPRS stands for Energy Performance Rating System
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- Evaluation Package Readiness Review
- Educational Policy Reform Research Institute
- Effective Projected Radiant Surface (engineering)
- Egyptian Periodontal Restorative Society
- Electronic Patient Record System
- Electronic Plan Review System (Oklahoma)
- Electronic Prepaid Recharge Services
- Electronic Purchase Request System
- Emergency Pipeline Repair Systems
- Employment Preparation for Retail Services
- Enterprise Performance Reporting System (software)
- European Parliamentary Research Service (est. 2013)
- Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing Laboratory (Washington University; St. Louis, MO)
- Electron Pair Repulsion Theory
- Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team (US DoD)
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Training
- Emergency Preparedness Response Team (various locations)
- Engine Pressure Ratio Transmitter
- Estrogen-Progestin Replacement Therapy (women's health)
- Educational Planning Resource and Transfer Center (Bellevue Community College)
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The EPA's national energy performance rating system provides a one to 100 point scale that helps organizations assess how efficiently buildings of a certain size use energy relative to similar buildings nationwide.
Organizations earn the ENERGY STAR by using EPA's national energy performance rating system to generate energy-efficiency ratings for their buildings, on a scale of 1 to 100 relative to similar buildings across the country.