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Chicago Passes Energy Benchmarking Requirement

In a 32-to-17 vote, the Chicago City Council passed the energy use benchmarking measure proposed by Mayor Rahm Emanual earlier this year. The new law requires owners of commercial, residential and municipal buildings over 50,000 square feet to track and verify energy consumption using the EPA’s Portfolio Manager, starting in … Read more »

Chicago

Chicago to Require Benchmarking in Larger Commercial Buildings

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed an ordinance that would require the city’s largest buildings to benchmark their energy use, and authorize the city to disclose the energy efficiency for these buildings publicly. Under the proposed ordinance, about 3,500 commercial, residential, and municipal buildings measuring more than 50,000 square feet … Read more »

Chicago Challenges Offices to Go Green

Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel has launched round three of the Chicago Green Office Challenge. The Green Office Challenge is a competition among local businesses to reduce energy, water, and waste while saving money. The activities should contribute to meeting the goals of the Challenge: to cut energy, water and materials use … Read more »