Phoenix Energy can help you comply with the Energy Conservation Audit and Disclosure Ordinance
The following buildings must comply with bill #120428:
Note that this definition includes most building types per the rules established in the regulation. Philadelphia Code § 9-3402 3(g) allows application for exemption for largely unoccupied buildings, exceptional hardship, and buildings in which process energy is the predominant end use. If you received a compliance letter and believe your building may qualify for an exemption, please contact us to find out how to apply for exemption with the Mayor's Office of Sustainability.
As stated in the Municipal Energy Benchmarking Report, out of the of 855 properties analyzed in Philadelphia, over half achieved energy savings, and nearly 10 percent of all properties improved their performance by over 30 percent. This highlights the benefit of benchmarking for the majority of buildings in Philadelphia. However, nearly
10 percent of properties also increased their energy consumption by 30 percent or more, demonstrating an important opportunity for energy conservation measures to be identified moving forward.
Phoenix Energy provides building owners with hands-free ECAD compliance by interfacing with Portfolio Manager and completing all aspects of the reporting process.