NYC Local Laws 133, 33, and 87 establish benchmarking, auditing, and retrocommissioning requirements for city buildings.
Requires all commercial buildings above 25,000 square feet to benchmark and report their energy consumption.
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In addition to benchmarking requirements, requires further energy audits, retrocommissioning, building operator training, occupant engagement, and identification of renewable opportunities for public buildings.
In addition to benchmarking requirements, requires that all buildings not receiving an Energy Star score of at least 50 must conduct an energy audit and retrocommissioning every seven years.
In addition to benchmarking requirements, requires buildings owners to conduct an energy audit or retrocommissioning every five years, unless their building receives an ENERGY STAR score at or above 50.
Tequires that public buildings of more than 20,000 sf benchmark energy consumption annually. Buildings that receive low scores are required to undergo energy audits and implement cost-effective improvements.
In addition to benchmarking requirements, Hawaii’s HB 1464 requires retrocommissioning on public buildings at least every five years.
Requires owners of commercial and industrial buildings to annually rate and report the energy use; perform periodic energy assessments; perform periodic retrocommissioning and implement cost effective energy efficiency measures.
Requires benchmarking and, in some cases, audits and retrocommissioning.