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The Evanston Energy and Water Benchmarking Ordinance (33-O16) requires all buildings in Evanston 20,000 square feet and greater to track and report their annual energy and water data to the City. The City then tracks this data and publishes it annually to show how energy and performance have changed over time. This dataset includes 2018 calendar year data for each City, Type I and Type II building that complied with the ordinance. For more information on the ordinance, compliance process and rules please visit: www.cityofevanston.org/benchmarking. The ordinance authorizes the City to share property-specific information with the public, beginning with the second year in which a building is required to comply. This view shows data for a single year.
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benchmarking, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, energy, water, energy efficiency, energy disclosure, water disclosure, energy data, water data, building energy data, building water data, climate action and resilience plan, carp, sustainability
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Field Names:

Data Year
data_year
Evanston Building ID
evanston_building_id
Property Name
property_name
Property Address
property_address
Zip Code
zip_code
Primary Property Type - Self Selected
primary_property_type_self
Property GFA - Self-Reported (ft²)
property_gfa_self_reported
Type
type
Year Built
year_built
Number of Buildings
number_of_buildings
ENERGY STAR Score
energy_star_score
ENERGY STAR Certification - Year(s) Certified
energy_star_certification
Site Energy Use (kBtu)
site_energy_use_kbtu
Source Energy Use (kBtu)
source_energy_use_kbtu
Site EUI (kBtu/ft²)
site_eui_kbtu_ft
Source EUI (kBtu/ft²)
source_eui_kbtu_ft
Weather Normalized Site Energy Use (kBtu)
weather_normalized_site_energy
Weather Normalized Source Energy Use (kBtu)
weather_normalized_source
Weather Normalized Site EUI (kBtu/ft²)
weather_normalized_site_eui
Weather Normalized Source EUI (kBtu/ft²)
weather_normalized_source_1
Electricity Use - Grid Purchase and Generated from Onsite Renewable Systems (kWh)
electricity_use_grid_purchase
Electricity Use - Grid Purchase (kWh)
electricity_use_grid_purchase_1
Natural Gas Use (therms)
natural_gas_use_therms
District Steam Use (kBtu)
district_steam_use_kbtu
Weather Normalized Site Electricity (kWh)
weather_normalized_site
Weather Normalized Site Natural Gas Use (therms)
weather_normalized_site_1
Green Power - Onsite (kWh)
green_power_onsite_kwh
Green Power - Offsite (kWh)
green_power_offsite_kwh
Electricity Use – Generated from Onsite Renewable Systems (kWh)
electricity_use_generated
Water Score (Multifamily Only)
water_score_multifamily_only
Water Use (All Water Sources) (kgal)
water_use_all_water_sources
Water Use Intensity (All Water Sources) (gal/ft²)
water_use_intensity_all_water
Total GHG Emissions (Metric Tons CO2e)
total_ghg_emissions_metric
GHG Intensity (kg CO2e/sq ft)
ghg_intensity_kg_co2e_sq

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