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Weather Data Depot provides free degree day data and forecasts that can be downloaded to a spreadsheet.
BuildingBenchmarks.com is a free website that simplifies and displays CBECS benchmarking data.
This blog post lists 12 email newsletters about energy you might want to read.
ENERGY STAR connects the energy manager with a broad range of tools and resources to help him or her implement a successful energy management strategy.
The energy manager can use the Power Profiler developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to determine power and grid region based on ZIP code and electric utility, as well as compare and calculate emissions.
Created by the EPA, this calculator may be useful to energy managers in communicating your greenhouse gas reduction strategy, reduction targets, or other initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
This directory provides information on 390 building software tools for evaluating energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability in buildings.
Map from the US Department of Energy that displays energy production by state. By clicking on each state, you can see a pie chart of each state's energy production.
Developed by the Energy Management Association, the Energy Management Guideline describes a unique, comprehensive phased process for carrying out energy management projects in existing buildings.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) publishes facts and statistics on energy use in homes, commercial buildings, manufacturing and transportation on their Consumption & Efficiency site.
EVO is a non-profit organization whose products and services help people engineer and invest in energy and water efficiency projects worldwide.
AEE provides information and networking in the energy industry as a growing professional association of over 16,000 professionals in 90 countries and its widely recognized energy certification programs.
The AEL Tracker database contains advanced energy legislation across all 50 states. You can search for energy legislation by state, policy type, bill status, keywords, year, or any combination.
OnlineConversion.com is a free conversion service with over 5,000 units and 50,000 conversions for energy managers.
DSIRE is the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States.
Energy Manager Today is a daily trade publication keeping corporate executives fully informed about energy management news.
Energy University by Schneider Electric provides professional energy efficiency training through a free e-learning website.
Through multimedia content and an online community of energy professionals, Noesis offers instant access to experts and information to help users analyze their data, identify initiatives, and implement a plan, all for free.
Provided by Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), the Commercial Energy Calculator provides energy managers with comparisons and estimates of energy usage and costs based on your inputs.
Through animations, text, and graphics, the energy manager can learn from BGE how demand for electricity impacts electricity cost.
This extensive library from BGE provides energy managers with in-depth information on various commercial energy systems, building design, and energy technologies.
A UK company based in London, EnergyDeck is designed to track and manage your organisation’s resource consumption; you can track one site and five meters for free.
UK-based Energy Lens offers a free trial to provide simple energy management that brings the biggest and easiest savings.