Achieve compliance and gain total visibility into energy usage for New York City buildings
If you own buildings in New York City, then you’re aware of Local Law 97. The law sets limits for greenhouse gas emissions for most buildings over 25,000 square feet – covering nearly 60% of the city’s building area.
The need to reduce energy usage is a core requirement of Local Law 97, but how can building owners be
certain that they are effectively managing energy data, leveraging it to drive change, and tracking progress?
The first step to toward reducing your carbon footprint and achieving compliance is to gain complete
visibility into your building’s energy consumption and a clear line of sight to reduced usage.