The performance of the building ancillary services framework is assessed from economic, environmental and sustainability perspectives under different building configurations and operating, climate and market conditions. In this task, we employ both energetic and exergetic approaches to quantify benefits of the controls framework under different conditions (e.g. climate conditions, renewable penetration, building size, pricing structure, etc.) with respect to multiple metrics (e.g. quality of service in building, cost, energy, emissions, % peak load reduction, grid stability, energy security, sustainability).