Alert: Please correct the errors!
Toward sustainable management of building stocks, descriptions of the environmental performance are needed in a structured form, accessible to several actors and addressing a local context. However it is often difficult to get an overall picture or to identify hotspots of the resource use in buildings within a region in spite of the fact that buildings, and by that, environmental data are spatially referenced. A GIS implemented energy model will be presented, used for the building stock in the city of Göteborg. What energy data is accessible and how those data can be presented is discussed. The aim of the model is to support the decision making process by benchmarking and communicating of the environmental performance of buildings between property managers and municipal administrations. Energy data comprises energy source and amount of energy used for heating, hot water, and for electrical appliances. Data is collected from energy suppliers and property managers.