Philadelphia Energy Benchmarking

In 2012, Philadelphia’s Energy Benchmarking and Disclosure Law requires some property owners to report annual utility data for energy benchmarking.

What is the Philadelphia Energy Benchmarking Law?

Owners of large commercial and multi-family buildings that are larger than 50,000 square feet are annually required to report all utility data from the previous year by June 30, 2018. The penalties for non-compliance can be substantial, so be sure to report your utility data.

How to Comply with the Philadelphia Energy Benchmarking Law

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 [email protected].

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