EWRB reporting is mandated by the Government of Ontario with a long term goal of helping building owners and managers reduce their energy and water needs. Building owners are required to submit all structural and utility information to the Ministry of Energy using the ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager.
All commercial and industrial buildings with a GFA of 250,000 ft2 or greater
|Reporting due date||Requirement|
|July 1, 2018 (for 2017 calendar year)|
|July 1, 2019 (for 2018 calendar year)||All multi-residential, commercial and industrial buildings with a GFA of 100,000 ft2 or greater|
|July 1, 2020 (for 2019 calendar year)||All multi-residential, commercial and industrial buildings with a GFA of 50,000 ft2 or greater|
At Watershed, our specialty is reporting and analysis for multi-residential properties! Since you are mandated to provide all the benchmarking information, why not have that information directly benefit you?
When you choose Watershed to do your EWRB benchmarking, aside from meeting the EWRB requirements, you will receive your building’s utility information in a friendly and useful format.
Additionally, we will analyze your utility profiles to identify water and energy conservation opportunities within each of your buildings.
Benchmarking your building portfolio with Watershed will allow you to:
All projects we implement are safeguarded by our Performance Protection Plan or our ULTRA service.
We analyze your water usage to determine savings opportunities as part of the EWRB programs. (Real life case studies show huge potential for savings.)
We identify gas saving opportunities as well as operational issues in your buildings. (Our case studies show how detailed utility monitoring and adjustment using our IDO technology can yield huge savings.)
Turn the EWRB task into a potential treasure for your business!
Watershed is a science and technology firm with over 40 years of experience focusing on energy and water conservation for multi-residential buildings. We offer a range of products and services to help property managers reduce the operating costs of their buddings portfolios and increase comfort.