Local Law 33
- Energy Letter Grades
LL33 requires owners of buildings over 25,000 square feet to obtain Building Energy efficiency rating labels on an annual basis to display near public-facing entrance.
These labels include a 1-100 ENERGY STAR® score and a corresponding A-D letter grade. Ratings are obtained through the Department of Buildings.
The NYC Benchmark Law, Local Law 33 of 2016, requires owners of buildings that meet the criteria outlined in the law to annually measure their energy and water consumption through a process called Benchmarking.
An energy benchmark report measures the energy used per square foot by your building and compares the energy-use intensity of your building against similar-use buildings adjusted for business operations and weather zone.
HOW CAN BTG HELP?
BTG will provide FREE Inspection & Consulting Service for Buildings
Gather accurate building details and create or update ENERGY STAR profiles
Collect consumption data and enter into portfolio manager
Submit DATA and support compliance with building ordinance
Conduct site walk and submit documentation for ENERGY STAR certification
Engage BTG services to maintain or improve Building Energy Efficiency Rating