How Do Your Buildings Stack Up? Mandatory Reporting and Voluntary Certifications

Posted April 29, 2019

Aimed at commercial building owners, these two presentations offer a comprehensive examination of mandatory energy and water consumption reporting requirements and voluntary certifications.

The presentations focus on key building types in the Pearson Eco-Business zone, including: warehouses, light industrial and office buildings.

Mandatory Energy and Water Reporting and Benchmarking (EWRB) For Large Buildings

If you own, manage or represent a commercial or residential building that’s 100,000 square feet or larger, you may be required to report its energy and water use by July 1, 2019 under Ontario’s Energy and Water Reporting and Benchmarking (EWRB) initiative. By July 2020, you may be required to report on buildings over 50,000 square feet.

Get an overview of the reporting requirement, and find out how this initiative can help building owners save money and improve building performance.

Linda Poirier, Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines
Munim Ahmer, City of Toronto, Environment and Energy Division

For more information, view Ontario’s Guide to Energy and Water Reporting

ISO 50001 Energy Management Certification for Commercial Buildings

ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems is an internationally recognized standard intended to improve the energy performance of organizations. This presentation provides an overview of ISO 50001’s requirements and implementation, as well as its similarities with other standards. The presentation also covers the government incentive programs and tools that are available to assist organizations in implementing the standard.

Fred Khalichi, CWB Group



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