In 2009, aiming to reduce inefficient energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, policymakers in New York City enacted a comprehensive strategy focussing on the city’s largest buildings.
Lawmakers created this policy with an eye toward requiring New York’s major buildings, 50,000 square feet or greater, to participate in across-the-board efficient energy consumption and reduced pollution effects.
Compliance with the initiative requires an ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers) Level II audit performed by a licensed engineer. During this process, one of Energy Spectrum’s engineers conducts a walkthrough of your building to:
More in-depth than the Audit, this phase of the requirement deals with analysis and evaluation of the functionality of the facility’s equipment. Our Engineers:
Once the building owners cure the defects, a detailed report must be completed and filed with the City of New York. This report includes: Efficiency of base building systems:
A team of licensed and registered professionals with specific training and qualifications to execute all the duties required and inform building owners throughout the process.