InfoOctober 15, 2014 · Business
LL87 NYC – CEC Shares Who is Impacted by Local Law 87 in New York City
Local Law 87 New York City Specialists, Carleton Energy Consulting, Shares Helpful Information to Building Owners for Spring about Local Law 87 in New York City.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
Carleton Energy Consulting (CEC) aims to help NYC building owners comply with Local Law 87 in efforts to reduce the city’s carbon footprint and energy waste. For property owners looking to understand how the new law impacts them, CEC specializes in Local Law 87 Auditing, retro-commissioning, energy auditing, consulting, solutions, procurement and boiler management.
“Compliance with Local Law 87 is an integral part of doing business. Fines can be assessed for incomplete or missing energy audits and property owners need to be aware of these issues as they can negatively impact bottom line. Keeping waste reduction low means lower fuel bills,” continues Carleton. Here is an informative guide for Local Law 87:
Who Is Impacted by Local Law 87 Local Law 87 tends to be overwhelming for many property owners. While it is easy to retrieve a copy of the law from the NYC Green Building & Energy Efficiency Website in its entirety, having the text does not assure property owners or building management are prepared to bring their buildings into compliance.
Types of buildings that must comply Single structures totaling more than 50,000 square feet or two or more buildings on a single lot consisting of more than 100,000 square feet must comply with the audits. However, condominium owners need to be aware that the above single tax lot does not apply where a single board of managers exists as in multiple building ownership. Condominiums owned by an association or board with two or more buildings that exceed 100,000 square feet must comply regardless of the number of tax lots.
Audits and reporting Other confusing details involve the tax block reporting year chart. As the law is relatively new, government designed a graduated entry to avoid overloading the system with new audits. Property owners have a designated year by which they must comply. However, they do not need to wait for the designated time and may bring buildings up to code immediately to save money.
Typically it takes 3 or 4 weeks to complete energy evaluation and assessment and retro-fitting can take months. It’s a smart strategy to start as soon as possible. When considering options for reducing utility consumption in buildings that lead to a quick return on investment, and substantial cost savings, then securing Carleton Energy Consulting may be the best solution.
About Carleton Energy Consulting
Carleton Energy and Consulting founded in 2012 focuses on energy compliance, efficiency and green services. They provide compliance through energy auditing services, retrofitting, benchmarking, and online fuel systems management as well as proven reduction methods for electricity usage, water usage and fuel.
For more information about Carleton Energy Consulting go to http://CarletonEC.com or call 516-672-8277.VideoLinksQuotesCompliance with Local Law 87 is an integral part of doing business. Fines can be assessed for incomplete or missing energy audits and property owners need to be aware of these issues as they can negatively impact bottom line. Keeping waste reduction low means lower fuel billsImagesContact