Denver’s Commercial Buildings Must Meet Benchmark Deadline


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A new rule in Denver as of December 2016, requires all commercial buildings in Denver — that are 50,000-square-feet or larger — to benchmark their energy-efficiency ratings. Property owners had until June 1 to comply with the new rule, but a 90-day grace period is now in effect. Owners that do not comply will be fined $2000.

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