News and views about utility submetering in North America
Understanding electrical submetering regulations in your location is key to a successful project. The following articles will help you get up to speed on the latest best practices and laws related to tenant billing and energy management.
Well-planned submetering solutions can help mitigate costly Local Law 97 fines by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. There is still lots of time to get a submetering plan in place, but savvy property managers and owners are acting now.
While submetering electricity for residential buildings is a well-established best practice, the benefits for commercial properties haven't received as much attention. But they should.
Muti-point Submeter Now Certified for Multi-Tenant Billing Applications in The Golden State
Local Law 84 is part of the larger Greener, Greater Buildings Plan (GGBP) initiative, targeting energy efficiency in large existing buildings in New York City.
Multi-unit residential building owners looking to submeter residential tenants in New York State must install and use New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) listed submeters.
There is a growing wave of regulation throughout the U.S. focused on the metering of electrical consumption. One after another, cities and states are establishing directives to reduce energy use and have tenants pay for the electricity they use.
New York City's building emission laws are among the most ambitious in the world. Understanding them and how they impact your building is crucial for maintaining property value and avoiding costly non-compliance fines.
Electrical submetering is now required for many residential and commercial buildings in the State of California. What does this mean for property managers and building owners, and how can they implement tenant submetering avoiding costly mistakes?
There was a time when "utilities included" was a standard leasing sales model. That scenario is fading fast, however, with the final nail in the "utilities included" coffin coming January 1, 2025.
With Local Laws 88 and 97, New York has implemented some of the most aggressive submetering requirements for commercial and multi-unit residential buildings in North America. Are you ready to comply and prosper?