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Kansas City Passes Benchmarking Law for Large Buildings

Kansas City Passes Benchmarking Law for Large Buildings

Kansas City, Missouri Resoundingly Passes a Benchmarking and Transparency Ordinance for Large Buildings NRDC Switchboard, June 5, 2015. Image credit: Unsplash Kansas City, Missouri has just joined the prestigious collection of progressive American cities with a benchmarking and transparency ordinance for large existing buildings. Fittingly entitled the Energy Empowerment Ordinance, Kansas City’s city council voted12-1

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Opposition Voiced on Energy Benchmarking in Kansas City

Gita Subramony for Zondits, May 6, 2015. Image credit: calebdzahnd Kansas City mayor Sly James is sponsoring a city law that would require buildings over 100,000 square feet to conduct energy benchmarking. Initially, the rule will apply to city buildings, but it will eventually expand to other sectors. However, the proposed rule has its fair share

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