City Benchmarking

Greener Greater Buildings Plan - Benchmarking

How to request Aggregated Building Consumption Data

Con Edison is currently accepting requests for complete 2013 aggregated consumption data. To request aggregated consumption data, please download and complete the 2014 Aggregated Consumption Application Request form. Once the form is completed, customers must register within Project Center and upload their request form(s). Additionally all applicable Letters of Authorization (LOA) are to be sent in PDF format to

Please note: Con Edison will not process a request without a valid LOA.

Any request applications that are directly submitted to will be returned to the customer.

Please review our Project Center Upload Instruction Guide for guidance on how to complete the request form and upload your request(s) into Project Center.

For further assistance, please view our webinar of the request process:

Upon receipt of a valid LOA and successful upload of request application, an invoice will be sent via e-mail to the customer who initiated the request. Con Edison will provide customers with aggregated building data for both electric and gas consumption up to 24 months, at a fee of $102.50 per building. Once the invoice has been paid, Con Edison will e-mail the aggregated consumption data in an Excel spreadsheet within 15 days after the payment has been received.

The City of New York imposed deadline for submitting usage data online is May 1, 2014. In order to be guaranteed the data before the City deadline, you must submit a valid LOA and upload your request successfully in Project Center by April 15, 2014. Payment must be remitted by April 20, 2014.

How to make a payment

Con Edison/RMS
Attention: Benchmarking
305 Fellowship Road, Suite 100
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Online payments may be made at

If you would like to make a credit card payment for more than one invoice, please call (856)-642-4341 or (856)-642-4309 to speak with a RMS representative.

About New York City Local Law 84

The City of New York in December 2009 passed a series of laws known as the "Greener Greater Buildings Plan" to improve energy and water efficiency of New York City's largest existing buildings. Local Law 84 is part of those laws and requires property owners to report on benchmarking the energy and water use of their buildings through an online tool called Portfolio Manager, which is maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The benchmarking initiative requires all buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to benchmark their energy consumption annually by May 1st of each year.

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