The Complete Guide to Exporting Reports and Data from Measurabl

You can export performance reports from Measurabl at either the portfolio level or the site level. These reports provide useful insights into how your sites have performed over time and will help you prioritize where to focus your efforts to improve sustainability across your portfolio. They’ll also let you take your data offline and easily share it with others, both internally and externally.

Here’s a list of the reports- feel free to jump through the article below for information on how to pull the report you’re most interested in.

Portfolio-level reports

  • Sustainability Performance Report
  • Data Quality Report
  • Measurabl Trends (by Site)
  • Measurabl Sites Report

Site-level reports

  • Sustainability Performance Report
  • Meter Report

Portfolio-level reports

When you log into Measurabl, you can immediately download a portfolio-level Sustainability Performance Report from the Portfolio Overview tab (see sample screenshot of the site-level version of this report below). This report is in PDF form and includes high-level trend analysis of sustainability performance across energy, water, and waste, together with breakdowns of the portfolio by property type, capped off with "percent complete" figures of any third-party reports in your account.


On the Portfolio Trends tab. You have two reports available:


  1. Data Quality Report

The Data Quality Report offers a very detailed view of your data by site. It includes all basic data on your sites and meters, annual total energy/water use and cost, fuel-specific annual use and cost, GHG emissions (Scope 1, Scope 2, and Tenant Scope 3), Peer Benchmark, and annual/monthly usage totals for each meter. The report also shows you the % change in annual use/cost between the two years you’re evaluating, which can help you flag potential data quality issues.

To download the report, go to the Portfolio Trends tab and click the Data Quality Report button on the right. A dropdown menu will appear, and you’ll use it to select the time period (two years) you’d like to include in the report.


You’ll download the report in Excel format.


  1. Trends Report

Halfway down the Trends tab you’ll see the Site Breakout table, which lists key performance metrics by site for two annual periods across all sites in the group. This table (and downloadable report) are a great way for you to quickly assess annual performance metrics for each site.

Available metrics include total energy/water usage, energy/water use intensity, energy/water cost, energy/water cost intensity, emissions, emissions intensity, ENERGY STAR 1-100 score, Peer Benchmark, and more.   

The metrics and timeframes displayed will depend on the options you choose in the dropdown menus at the top of the page (above the graph). For example, when you choose “All Energy Usage” the default metrics listed are total energy usage and total energy use intensity (energy use per square foot) for the two annual periods chosen at the top of the page, plus the percentage change between the two years.

You can add/remove columns from the table by clicking the gear icon and checking/unchecking the various fields until you’ve included those metrics you want to review. For example, within “All Energy Usage” you can choose to add the ENERGY STAR score and the Peer Benchmark. When you’re finished selecting metrics, click the download icon to the right of the gear icon to download this information in a csv file.



  1. Sites Report

If you click on the Sites tab, you’ll see a table listing out basic information for all sites, including site name, location, type, floor area, and status of each site’s data syncing. You can click the gear icon to customize which fields appear in the table. You can download the table to a csv file as well by clicking on the download icon on the upper-right.



Site-level reports

  1. Site sustainability performance report

From the Sites tab, click on a site’s row in the Sites table to open up a specific site.

On the Site Overview page, you can click to export a report on that site.

Site_Overview.pngDoing so will prepare a PDF sustainability performance report that you can download showing the site’s use trends for energy, electricity, water, together with use intensity, cost, cost intensity, certifications, ratings, projects, and site managers. The report will cover the two annual periods selected in the dropdown menu in the Portfolio Trends tab.


  1. Fuel-specific site reports

Within a site’s Utilities tab, you can export reports on use data for a specific fuel (in csv). This is a good way to store usage information offline or share it with other team members- you can see individual meter readings within the app by clicking on a meter within the Utilities tab.





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