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Kansas City Requires Energy Benchmarking

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10
Jun
2015

Linda Hardesty, June 8, 2015 The City Council of Kansas City, Missouri, passed an Energy Empowerment Ordinance addressing energy use in existing municipal, commercial, and residential buildings. Under the ordinance, building owners will be required to track whole-building energy and water use and report it to the city annually. Participating buildings will be phased in, starting.

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Show Me the (Efficiency) Money

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24
Mar
2015

RMI’s Reinventing Fire analysis shows how to tap into $1.9 trillion in saved energy costs in U.S. buildings through 2050, from an incremental investment of $0.5 trillion (both in present-valued 2009 $). En route, we plan to make one billion square feet of commercial space at least 35 percent more efficient and grow the buildings-efficiency.

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List of cities mandating energy benchmarking grows

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10
Feb
2015

Barbara Vergetis Lundin, July 31, 2014 Cambridge, Massachusetts is the latest city to require the benchmarking and disclosure of building energy performance for large commercial, institutional, and multifamily buildings, joining Boston, along with eight other major U.S. cities—Austin, Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, New York City, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.—as well as two states.

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Benchmarking Drives 7 Percent Cut in Building Energy

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29
Jan
2014

Energy efficiency makes so much sense that it rarely finds champions in political circles. But outside the Beltway, in cities and states across the U.S., energy benchmarking and disclosure laws for commercial buildings are driving efficiency gains that produce savings that are substantial enough that they should make people sit up and notice. In the most recent.

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Chicago Passes Energy Benchmarking Rules

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29
Jan
2014

Katherine Tweed, September 14, 2013 Chicago has become the latest city to require energy benchmarking of large buildings. The city has a goal of cutting the energy use in half of Chicago’s buildings by 30 percent by 2020. To help move toward that goal, the Chicago City Council voted 32-17 on Wednesday to adopt the Chicago Energy.

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New York City’s Second Year Benchmarking Scores for All Covered Properties

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04
Jan
2014

On September 25, 2013, New York City released the 2012 energy and water use data for all properties required to annually benchmark under Local Law 84. New York City is the first in the nation to publicly disclose data for large multifamily buildings. Approximately a million New Yorkers can now see how much energy and.

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