Laboratory Benchmarking Working Group

Lead: Alison Farmer

Laboratory Benchmarking Tool

Group Purpose

The Laboratory Benchmarking Working Group was formed in September 2014 to evaluate the current state of energy benchmarking for labs, and to investigate (then implement) useful enhancements or supplements to the available tools. The group's efforts will focus on projects with strong business use cases which benefit a significant segment of the community of lab owners, consultants, and researchers.

In March 2019, the working group helped launch a new and improved Laboratory Benchmarking Tool to allow lab managers, designers, and users to compared their facilities' energy performance to a national data set of more than 700 labs.

Laboratory Benchmarking Tool Overview

Working Group ProjectsAbout the LBT

Get Involved

The group consists of experts and enthusiasts in energy benchmarking for labs. Members are encouraged to contribute their expertise, energy, and ideas. The main group currently holds monthly conference calls; smaller subgroups are created for specific tasks and may hold more frequent calls or meetings as needed. To get involved, please contact Alison Farmer.

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