M3 Energy makes compliance with energy laws and programs easy by ensuring clients meet requirements and file appropriate paperwork on time. A great example of this is New York City’s Local Law 84 & 133.
What Are Local Law 84 & 133?
New York City's energy benchmarking laws, also commonly referred to as Local Law 84 and 133, require owners of buildings greater than 25,000 square feet to file a report by May 1st each year on their energy use, and for some buildings also water use. Due to technical issues, the May 1st, 2018 filing deadline for calendar year 2017 data was postponed for a portion of buildings until December 31, 2018.
The report needs to contain 12 months of utility data on a building's electricity, natural gas, oil and water consumption. Based on this information, a building's energy performance is then compared to the performance of other similar buildings in a benchmarking process.
Do I need to Comply with Local Law 84 or 133? Find out!
All building(s) listed below are required to comply with Local Law 84 or 133:
|Is this required to comply by May 1st, 2018?||Is this required to report automated water data from DEP?||Building Number||Street name||Zip Code||Borough||DOF Square Footage|