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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...

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...

In 2013, the City of Boston enacted the Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO), which requires some property owners to annually benchmark and report their utility data. Owners of nonresidential buildings that are 35,000 square feet or larger, residential buildings that are 35,000 square feet...

In 2008, Washington DC enacted the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 (CAEA), which requires some property owners to annually benchmark and report their utility data. What is Washington DC Energy Benchmarking? Property owners of non-residential buildings that are larger than 50,000 square feet are required to...