Seattle

Close
Author
Sullivan, Terry
Description
Summary energy and building characteristics by building type for non-residential and multifamily buildings 20,000 square feet or greater that benchmark energy data with the City of Seattle. This dataset summarizes information from the full 2019 Building Energy Benchmarking dataset but excludes likely or known errors.
Tags
eui, building, building data, benchmarking, energy star, emissions, climate change, ose, office of sustainability and environment
Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
Data Provided By
Office of Sustainability and Environment
This view cannot be displayed
This view is currently private. You can preview it, but you will need to make it public before people will be able to see it.
Size
  • 500x425

  • 760x646

  • 950x808

Custom Size

425x425 is the minimum size

The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

API Endpoint:

Field Names:

BuildingType
buildingtype
Buildings
buildings
Percentile_25th_EUI
percentile_25th_eui
Median_EUI
median_eui
Percentile_75th_EUI
percentile_75th_eui
Median_EUI_WN
median_eui_wn
Average_Site_EUI
average_site_eui
Average_Site_EUI_WN
average_site_eui_wn
Median_Source_EUI
median_source_eui
Median_ES_Score
median_es_score
Average_ES_Score
average_es_score
Total_GFA
total_gfa
Median_GFA
median_gfa
Median_Year_Built
median_year_built
Average_GHGSF
average_ghgsf
MedianGHGSF
medianghgsf

Use OData to open the dataset in tools like Excel or Tableau. This provides a direct connection to the data that can be refreshed on-demand within the connected application.

Socrata OData documentation

Tableau users should select the OData v2 endpoint option.

OData V4 Endpoint:

OData V2 Endpoint:

You are viewing a mobile version of this dataset. To access the full dataset, tap here.