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LL87: Energy Audits & Retrocommissioning

Local Law 87 (LL87) mandates that buildings over 50,000 gross square feet undergo a periodic energy audit and retrocommissioning measures, as part of the Greener, Greater Buildings Plan (GGBP). The intent of this law is to inform building owners of their energy consumption through energy audits, which are surveys and analyses of energy use, and retro-commissioning, the process of ensuring correct equipment installation and performance.

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In addition to benchmarking annual energy and water consumption, energy audits and retrocommissioning will give building owners a much more robust understanding of their buildings’ performance, eventually shifting the market towards increasingly efficient, high-performing buildings.





In summary, LL87’s energy audit and retrocommissioning process require the following:

  1. Determine if a building needs to comply, and what year it is due.
  2. Conduct an energy audit and retro-commissioning of base building systems and complete an Energy Efficiency Report (EER) electronically.
  3. Submit the EER once every ten years to the City by December 31.

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Please review this section to learn more about LL87, which buildings are required to comply, the EER, how to comply, and where to get help.

About LL87
Covered Buildings (Buildings Required to Audit and Retro-commission)
Energy Efficiency Report (EER)
How to Comply
Where to Get Help
Outreach and Training