utiliVisor, a leader in utility submetering and plant optimization, announced today it has been chosen as a qualified vendor for the Real-Time Energy Management + Tenants program (RTEM + Tenants) by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
Learn more about what owners and tenants can expect from LL97 and how they can best prepare in this audio series on the challenges and realities of LL97 from two experts in energy efficiency and procurement: Richard Angerame, president of utiliVisor, and Jennifer Kearney, partner at Gotham Energy 360.
Whether they know it or not, New York City building owners and tenants are staring Local Law 97 (LL97) straight down the barrel. Fines for violating the law begin in 2024, so the time to begin compliance planning is now. Here’s what you need to know to avoid penalties and ease your transition into what the city council itself calls one of the world’s most ambitious climate initiatives.
There's a big problem with unlimited data and energy insights. Shannon McAuliffe, utiliVisor's Director of Sales Southwest, shares how to overcome this problem.
Waiting to take action on NYC Local Laws 97, 88, and 85 can be costly for commercial buildings. Take action now. Your bottom line (and ownership) will thank you.
Need to improve your building efficiency with zero upfront cost? C-PACE financing covers 100% of the upfront costs to complete energy efficiency, renewable energy, and resiliency projects.
utiliVisor and TDIndustries exceed expected savings with their collaborative approach to energy solutions at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
The team used custom analytics to optimize energy performance and develop an efficient operation and reporting system. The improvements have saved $52k with potential for further savings.
After deciding that “utiliVisor’s monitoring and reporting is exceptionally precise,” JD Companies awards utiliVisor with a major energy monitoring project in NJ.
The next generation of so-called green leases will require tenant sub-metering to show compliance with lease terms. So, commercial property owners…why wait?
With effective submetering, utiliVisor helped New York City's Sage Realty to save money on energy costs, increase efficiency, and accurately bill tenants.
With 928 meters and 206 tenant accounts, utiliVisor is implementing an enterprise-wide submeter reading and cost allocation service in New York and Houston.
Building on the existing submetering infrastructure in place, utiliVisor updated Union Station to the latest in submetering solutions with real-time data.
Using utiliVisor's real time energy monitoring software Hartz Mountain Industries’ 667 Madison Avenue tower achieved a 38% reduction in energy costs.
With 40 floors, the Eleven Times Square has plenty of tenants to bill. With utiliVisor energy submetering and billing, they now bill accurately and quickly.
With two new chillers, One New York Plaza needed chiller plant optimization services to deliver the maximum free cooling to the building based on the season.
Despite having a Building Management System, Hartz Mountain's energy plant was inefficient. Working with building automation, they saved over $40k.
By tracking seasonal energy loads and plant performance through building energy monitoring, utiliVisor saved Hartz Mountain $60k.
As one of the largest real estate owners/develops in the U.S., Hartz Mountain approached utiliVisor for energy consulting. utiliVisor saved them over $100k.
By implementing energy management in the building, 200 Plaza Drive was able to maximize its usage of free cooling hours for maximum energy savings.
With the implementation of energy monitoring software, utiliVisor put together a load management strategy and reengineered the condenser water system in NJ.
Hartz Mountain Industries is one of the largest privately held real estate owners/developers in the United States, owns and operates 15 Exchange Place, located in Jersey City, New Jersey. This 135,500 sq ft was built in 1900 but renovated in the 1990s. Supplemental Cooling at 15 Exchange is provided by water cooled packaged DX Air […]
Time Warner Center is a two million square foot mixed-use skyscraper which was developed by the Related Companies in 2003 and Managed by Related Management thereafter. The facility has foot traffic of approximately 5,700 people per day for entertainment, luxury condominiums, retail shops, hotel and commercial office space.