Make Your Benchmarking Score Work For You

Read about how to use your benchmarking score, primarily based on the energy and water consumed within the building, via the Energy Star Portfolio Manager in your favor and profitability of your property.

Two Important Laws To Keep In Mind For 2018

Both the New York City Council and the Department of Environmental Conservation have either changed current laws as we know them or have revised codes that have been in effect for years. Get more info on these changes and how they impact your building.

Ask the Expert: Original Energy

Reposted from:   Posted By Claire Chen  Welcome back to SiteCompli’s Ask the Expert series! In this installment, we interviewed the experts at Original Energy, an energy management company based in New York. Original Energy provides energy services and consulting, specializing in fuel oil procurement, natural gas and electricity

Local Law 84 Amendment: 25,000 Square Feet or Greater—Why You Should Pay Attention Today

The New York City Council voted unanimously last October to expand Local Law 84 (LL84)—part of the city’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan passed in 2009—to bring even more buildings into its energy efficiency fold, which was then signed into law by Mayor Bill de Blasio

Local Law 84 Amendment: Why You Should Pay Attention Today

As LL84 was originally written, buildings over 50,000 square feet are required to submit their usage data. But October’s ruling now expands coverage to buildings 25,000 square feet and above.