IWFM Energy Management Good Practice Guide 


Key takeaways:
  • Consistent benchmarking of buildings reduces energy use by an average of 2.4% per year. 

  • In numerous instances, actual energy use exceeds targets or benchmarks, often due to unregulated energy loads representing more than 25% of energy use. 

  • A key recommendation from the report is conducting surveys and measurements for the accurate metering and labelling of data.  

What’s inside the IWFM Energy Management Good Practice Guide:
  • Best practice advice for building energy management

  • Key points for developing an energy policy, targets and strategy 

  • Guidance on understanding your building type and how that will impact on energy usage 

  • A best practice building data checklist 

  • Guidance on ongoing management to minimise energy usage

  • Checklist of the key questions FMs need to ask


Download the Energy Management Good Practice Guide

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