What to Expect from NYC's New Energy Benchmarking and Auditing Laws

New York is a city of buildings. According to data provided by the city, the electricity, heating, and hot water we consume in buildings accounts for 75 percent of New York City's greenhouse gas footprint, and $15 billion per year in energy costs. The city's largest buildings—over 50,000 square feet—comprise nearly half of our total space.

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