Kansas City (MO)

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Introduced on June 4, 2015, the Kansas City Energy Empowerment Ordinance

Spearheaded by Mayor Sly James and the City Council, aims to enhance resource management within the city. The ordinance mandates owners of sizable buildings to assess and disclose their energy and water consumption annually, thereby fostering a more sustainable approach to resource usage.

Which buildings does it affect?

Applicable to buildings exceeding 50,000 square feet within Kansas City, Missouri, this ordinance seeks to promote cost savings for both businesses and residents by encouraging energy efficiency. Moreover, it aims to stimulate local employment opportunities in the energy sector. The disclosed data will not only aid local utilities and governmental bodies in tailoring future assistance programs but will also be accessible to the public, facilitating informed decision-making.

Approximately 900 existing buildings fall under the purview of this ordinance, with the overarching goal of raising awareness about energy and water consumption patterns. The ordinance mandates compliance from owners or managers of municipal structures exceeding 10,000 square feet and commercial or residential buildings exceeding 50,000 square feet.

When is the deadline to comply?

Compliance deadlines, set annually on May 1, necessitate the submission of energy consumption data to the EPA’s Portfolio Manager.

Are there any penalties?

In the event of non-compliance, a warning is issued initially, followed by fines of up to $2000 if the violation persists beyond 60 days post-warning.

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

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