NYC Local Law 84 Benchmarking Reports

NYC Local Law 84 Benchmarking Reports

New York City Local Law 84, part of the Greener, Greater Buildings Plan, requires all privately-owned properties with individual buildings more than 50,000 square feet (sq ft) and properties with multiple buildings with a combined gross floor area more than 100,000 sq ft to annually measure and submit their energy and water use data to the City.

By requiring building owners to track and report the energy use of their properties on a consistent basis, building energy benchmarking provides a growing dataset that allows a building’s energy use to be compared to itself over time, to a norm, or to peers both locally and nationally, with the goal of improving energy performance.

Increasingly, building owners are seeing the value of this energy data, and are integrating benchmarking into their energy management strategies.

 

The Private Sector Benchmarking Reports for 2012-2014 are Available Below:

 

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New York City Local Law 84 Benchmarking Report
August 2012

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New York City Local Law 84 Benchmarking Report
September 2013

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New York City Local Law 84 Benchmarking Report
September 2014

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