Enter values for all fields that apply or select N/A if not applicable, and include any additional details regarding the audit that may not appear elsewhere in the reporting process that you would like to convey to city officials in the Comment field. Selected City Reports may request additional details, for example:


Atlanta Reports- must designate whether the building is being submitted for early compliance, and whether it is an initial or an amended filing in the Filing Status field.


Berkeley Report- must enter a Berkeley Building ID. A lookup of all Berkeley Building ID’s can be found on the Building Energy Saving Ordinance (BESO) website or by clicking here. Berkeley auditors must also specify which ordinance they’re complying with by populating the Audit Type field. Berkeley auditors must also specify which ordinance they’re complying with by populating the Audit Type field.


Los Angeles Report- must enter a LADBS Building ID. LA Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) assigns each building a Building ID, a unique identifier needed to register with LADBS and to identify buildings in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager. 


Los Angeles auditors must also include the date of the site visit and specify which ordinance they’re complying with by populating the Audit Type field.


San Francisco Report- must enter an Assessor Parcel Number (APN). The APN may include 7 or 8 characters only (these can be numbers or letters). A forward slash should be added after the first 4 characters.  E.g.:  XXXX/XXX or XXXX/XXXX.  


New York City Energy Efficiency Reports- A Level 1 and Level 2 energy audit must be conducted prior to completing the Audit Reporting Tool. Energy audit requirements can be found in the law §28-308.2.


Enter the Level 1 and Level 2 dates of completion and values for all additional fields that apply or select N/A if not applicable.


Note:  The Year of Last Renovation may include the date of the most recent substantial renovation or change of occupancy of the building's main use.


Indicate if a building is exempt from energy audits and is only subject to a Retro-Commissioning study in the Additional Comments field.  This space may also be used to include any additional details regarding the audit that may not appear elsewhere in the reporting process that you would like to convey to city officials.