Local Law 87
About Local Law 87
Local Law 87 (LL87) requires buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to periodically undergo energy audits (an inspection and analysis of how much energy is being used in a facility) and retro-commissioning measures (adjusting building systems to make sure a structure is operating at its peak efficiency). It’s main purpose is to inform building owners of their energy usage through these audits and retro-commissioning.
In order to comply with Local Law 87 (LL87),
Energy Efficiency Reports (EER) must be submitted to the City by December 31st of the year they are due, once every ten years. Failure to comply will trigger a $3000 fine the first year, followed by $5,000 for each of the upcoming ones.
Not sure where to start?
F&D Partners can help provide the retro-commissioning services you need to ensure your systems are up to current industry standards. We make sure to deliver innovative solutions adaptive to any building’s energy profile and economic needs, by combining our expertise, honesty and professionalism.
We follow a process:
- Engineer inspects the building and makes a list of deficiencies.
- Building should repair these deficiencies.
- F&D Partners will help with any incentives, as well as project management.
- We revisit and get proof after list of projects is completed.