Sub-Metering: What, Why, & How

Continuing Education Credits

Approved for 1.5 CE Hours
Approved for 1.5 HSW/LU Hours
Event Prices: 
Free Admission

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What is happening with sub-metering today, and what is coming? Learn about local law requirements for sub-metering in NYC and get the inside scoop from technology and real estate industry leaders about what sub-metering costs, how to best use the data and what it means for New York City. Hear industry experts discuss recent technology developments in metering hardware and software - from the basics to the gold standard.

Local Law 88 Lighting Upgrades and Sub-metering requires non-residential buildings over 50,000 square feet (and residential buildings with commercial tenants over 10,000 square feet) to upgrade their lighting systems and install sub-meters for commercial tenants. The law goes into effect in 2025, but owners who don't upgrade lighting and install sub-meters during lease turnover now will disrupt tenants later--and spend more money to do the work.

Join us for this essential session and start planning for sub-metering now.

Photo by Mark Turnauckas (Flickr, CC)

Thanks to our host Con Edison. 



Valerie Corbett
President, Intelligreen Partners

Jonathan Flaherty
Director of Sustainability, Tishman Speyer

Phil Fram
Vice President, Sales and Marketing, QuadLogic

Connell McGill
Co-Founder, CEO, Enertiv


Con Edison

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Edison Room, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10003