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Benchmarking Buildings: Local Law 84 Findings

Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013

With the release of the Benchmarking Law 2012 report, the public has access to a high level of comparative building energy usage information for the first time. Now we know, of all of NYC's buildings ust 2% account for 48% of the city’s energy usage. Nationally, 7 other cities have enacted similar benchmarking law and with 2.25 billion square feet of NYC buildings benchmarked, this effort exceeds the total square footage of the other 7 cities combined.

This discussion will focus on key findings from the LL84 report, identify trends in our building stock, introduce strategies for owners and managers to use the data to improve portfolio performance, and highlight changes and next steps for the Greener Greater Buildings Plan.

Sponsors: Urban Green Council and Cushman & Wakefield

Moderator: Erica Brabon, Senior Consultant, Multifamily Housing - Steven Winter Associates

Speaker: Lauarie Kerr Senior Policy Advisor, - NRDC

Date: Wednesday, December 11, 8-9 am

Location: Cushman & Wakefield, 1290 Avenue of the Americas - 7th Floor

RSVP: Urban Green Council

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