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The Detroit Benchmarking Ordinance

Requires commercial, industrial and multi family buildings to report their utility data using the EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager. Buildings over 100k are required to begin reporting in 2024 and buildings over 25k sq ft to begin reporting in 2025.

What Are the Specific Obligations Outlined in Detroit’s Benchmarking Policy?

Per the stipulations of Detroit’s benchmarking policy, buildings with a footprint exceeding 100,000 gross square feet (GSF) are mandated to annually disclose their combined water and electricity consumption, commencing in 2024. This requirement applies to municipal, commercial, and multifamily properties alike. The deadline for the initial report in 2023 is set for October 2024. Starting from 2025, these properties are required to furnish subsequent annual data by the first day of June. Additionally, for commercial and multifamily buildings spanning between 25,000 and 100,000 GSF, reports on water and energy usage must be submitted by June 1, 2025.

Is there a deadline for compliance?

Compliance must be met for 100k square feet buildings by October 1st, 2024. The compliance deadline for buildings over 25k square feet is June 1st, 2025.

This ordinance requires annual reporting for all future years, with a submission date of June 1st.


Contact F&D Partners for a consultation on handling your energy compliance nationwide: +1 (917) 754-3588

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