0 Energy Disclosure Ordinance Passed in Boston

10 St. James avenue in Boston, MAWhen you are deciding on moving your office, how important is the building’s energy consumption?  Mayor Menino’s new reporting and disclosure ordinance will require all buildings over 35K RSF to report their numbers.

Banker & Tradesman reports, “the ordinance, which will cover approximately 1,600 buildings in Boston, requires all commercial buildings over 35,000 square feet and all residential buildings over 35 units to annually report whole-building energy and water use. The ordinance is a component of the city’s Climate Action Plan to meet Menino’s greenhouse gas reduction goals.”

The complete B&T article can be found, here.

You can also read the City’s Climate Action Plan on the City of Boston website.

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