The short answer:
No, in the new Portfolio Manager, only the building owner can share the property. This was done to maintain simplicity and to streamline sharing features. However, EPA is currently discussing the possibility of adding back this feature.
The long explanation:
This policy was created intentionally because when re-sharing is allowed there is a series of cascading questions to be considered which can compromise security or cause the system to behave in unintended ways. Our new system has more variations in the types of sharing permissions creating more complicated questions about how you can share (what access level do you need, what if your access changes, etc)? Most of these questions do not have a single “right” answer and any answer that you choose could create usability issues – people not realizing who they have shared with, or not being able to edit sharing permissions after they’ve shared a building.
Consider a few examples:
Because of the cost, complexity, potential usability confusion, and potential security concerns we have determined not to allow this level of sharing at this time. With that said, we have heard a lot of disappointment from users about this. Your concern is duly noted and will be brought to our advisory committee. Because we know this “re-share” feature was widely used, we may investigate a way for implementing it in the future. We will not be able to do this in the short term. So, in the short term there are two options: