Local Law 84 Compliance: Benchmarking
Buildings exceeding 25,000 square feet must comply with New York City’s Benchmarking Law (Local Law 84). Benchmarking is the process of evaluating energy and water efficiency in buildings. By measuring, tracking, and comparing energy and water consumption using standard metrics, building owners can assess the relative efficiency of their buildings compared to other similar buildings.
Come learn about Benchmarking: what it means, what you have to do to comply, and why it’s important. We’ll also discuss Local Law 33, which mandates that buildings post their energy scores in a public place beginning this October.