Local Law 88 requires that beginning in 2025, common areas in residential buildings greater than 25,000 square feet and all areas in non-residential buildings greater than 25,000 square must upgrade lighting to meet current NYC Energy Conservation Code by 1/1/2025.
All New York City buildings greater than 25,000 must comply with local law 88 beginning January 1st, 2025. Local Law 88 of 2009 and its subsequent expansions with Local Laws 132 and 134 of 2016, require common areas in residential buildings greater than 25,000 square feet and all areas in non-residential buildings greater than 25,000 square feet to upgrade lighting to meet current New York City Energy Conservation Code standards by January 1, 2025. It also requires that all non-residential buildings greater than 25,000 square feet install electrical sub-meters for each large non-residential tenant space greater than 5,000 square feet and to provide monthly statements summarizing energy consumption in those spaces.
Efficient Energy Compliance is a turn-key lighting solutions provider for existing residential and commercial properties in New York City. From administering lighting audits and recommending specifications in accordance with applicable energy codes, lighting codes and utility incentive programs to the installation of energy efficient lighting upgrades and project management services, Efficient Energy Compliance can support owners throughout the lighting upgrade process.
EEC is proud to offer the following services to help buildings comply with Local Law 88:
Efficient Energy Compliance’s team of construction and engineering industry veterans is unique in its ability to execute greener, greater results throughout the entire project life cycle. By engaging EEC as soon as possible building owners can maximize their realized energy savings as well as their ability to apply for incentives and rebates before they expire once the January 1, 2025 deadline passes. Additionally, engaging EEC will also maximize the amount of time available to implement the required upgrades and minimize or eliminate disruptions to your tenants. EEC projects will help owners not just comply with the law but reduce operating costs and add value to their property.