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Google Knol publishes our article entitled, “The Energy Tax Aspects of New York City’s 10,000 Building Heating Oil Conversions”

June 23rd, 2011 by Charles

By some estimates, approximately 10,000 New York City buildings will undergo a mandatory retrofit from high-emission No. 6 oil heating systems to an alternative fuel based heating system over the next 4 to 5 years. Because of the abundance of low cost natural gas, many of these building owners are selecting energy-efficient natural gas systems. This mandatory change is occurring at a time when buildings 50,000 square feet or greater are subject to New York City’s new mandatory energy reporting benchmarking law.

Many of the same buildings subject to the heating oil change also have federally banned or other energy-inefficient lighting. A large number of building owners are bundling the lighting and heating changes together and taking advantage of utility rebates, financing and tax incentives to optimize their overall economic return.

The authors of this article discuss the energy tax opportunities, new heating law requirements, benchmarking process, lighting opportunity and how to optimize the integrated results here:


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