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Local Law 97: Essential Resources

Everything NYC building owners need to know about Local Law 97
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What is Local Law 97 (LL97)?

Local Law 97 is a regulation passed by the New York City Council in 2019 that places carbon emissions caps on buildings larger than 25,000 square feet, beginning in 2024. The goal is to reduce emissions from New York City’s largest buildings 40% by 2030, and 80% by 2050.

Read the Local Law 97 guide

Voltus Local Law 97 Guide
New York City buildings larger than 25,000 square feet will be dramatically impacted by Local Law 97. This includes commercial, industrial, and many multi-family residential buildings.

If you’d like to learn more about how your buildings will be impacted, and how Voltus can help you offset the costs associated with Local Law 97 compliance and minimize exposure to fines, you’ve come to the right place!

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Local Law 97 and demand response (DR)

Contributes to emissions reductions
DR contributes to emissions reductions by lowering energy consumption during critical periods.
Generates revenue
DR generates revenue to fund emissions reduction projects and building retrofits needed to comply with LL97.
Maximize dollars earning
The Voltus value stack includes more DR programs, allowing you to maximize dollars earned.

Watch the Local Law 97 webinar

Local Law 97 webinar
Get critical insight into Local Law 97 compliance and monitoring technology solutions from New York City energy experts.

Learn from Kristen Roffi, New York Regional Manager at Voltus, and Len Pisano, Partner and Board Member at Aciex, about how you can can optimize energy management in your buildings, monitor LL97 compliance, and leverage demand response to generate the cash needed to fund compliance projects.

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