3/1/17 -- March Webinar Training: Introduction to Building Energy Asset Score, March 14, 1:00PM-2:00PM ET; Advanced Asset Score Modeling, March 30, 1:00PM-2:00PM ET. View the Webinar Training flyer on the Resources page for details and registration.
2/9/17 -- Asset Score Release 3.2 is now available. This release includes the ability to select and model ground source heat pump (GSHP) HVAC systems. View the HVAC System Types section of the Users Guide for instructions on how to add a GSHP. Asset Score Release 3.1.1 introduced an audit data reporting platform feature. Access to this beta version feature is available by request only. View the Quick Start Guide - Reporting Platform from the Resources page for details.
View Release Notes for the latest Asset Score updates.
View the Resources page for a variety of materials to help you understand the process of
using Asset Score.
Developers may refer to the Asset Score API documentation.
The Department of Energy Building Energy Asset Score (Asset Score) is a national standardized tool for evaluating
the physical and structural energy efficiency of commercial and multifamily residential buildings. The scoring
tool will store user-provided data and generate an asset score and system evaluation for your building envelope
and mechanical and electrical systems. The tool will also identify cost-effective upgrade opportunities and help
you gain insight into the energy efficiency potential of your building.
Follow the steps below to get started:
Collect Building Data: Use the Data Collection Form – either
“Preview” or “Full” Input Mode versions
(Short Form or
Long Form) – to gather information
about your building’s physical characteristics. Review the Data Collection
Priority Map to help focus on the most
important building data given your building’s use type and climate zone.
Enter Data: Register for an account, log in, create a building, and input the building data you
Receive an Asset Score Report: Select the "Score Building" button to generate a
report that includes your Asset Score, building system evaluation, and
potential energy savings upgrade opportunities.