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Boston Mayor Wants Building Energy Reporting

Following the trend of several large cities, Boston mayor Thomas Menino announced the filing of the Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance with the Boston City Council.

As a component of the city’s climate action plan to meet Mayor Menino’s greenhouse gas reduction goals, this ordinance would require all large and medium-sized buildings to report their annual energy and water use to the City of Boston.

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One thought on “Boston Mayor Wants Building Energy Reporting

  1. Fred Flintstone comes through every now and then… Given that the built environment consumes roughly 40% of energy, this is a good first step that every major city should adopt.

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