BOMA San Francisco Members:
Assembly Bill 1103 requires a nonresidential building owner or operator to benchmark a building's energy use in advance of the sale, lease, financing, or refinancing of the entire building. Starting January 1, 2014, California will require owners to disclose their building’s energy use to a potential buyer, lender, or lessee.
The purpose of the program is to help raise awareness and encourage building owners find ways to increase energy efficiency and reduce consumption of energy in existing nonresidential buildings across the state of California.
The California Energy Commission is committed to help building owners successfully participate in the program. This training workshop will provide information about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® and how to benchmark and successfully comply with the program requirements.
If you have plans to lease, sale, finance, or refinance a commercial building and the building is 10,000 sq. ft. or greater, please consider participating in this webinar: