New York City Energy Benchmarking

Beginning in 2018, the New York Energy Benchmarking Local 84 Law requires some property owners to annually measure and report their utility data in a process called benchmarking.

What is New York City Energy Benchmarking?

New York City requires benchmarking for buildings that exceed 50,000 gross square feet, two or more buildings on the same tax lot, or owned condominiums exceeding 100,000 gross square feet, to report all utility data from 2017 by May 1, 2018. The penalties for non-compliance can reach $10,000 per violation, so be sure to report your utility data.

Meet the Requirements of New York City Energy Benchmarking

Need help reporting your utility data, or know someone that does? Albireo and its energy management system, UtilityModule, links to ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® and can submit your data for the easiest compliance in the market.

If you are now required to comply with local benchmarking laws and need help, please contact us at

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