A major challenge for building managers in New York City is on the horizon: hard limits on their facilities’ greenhouse gas (GHG) output. New York City’s Climate Mobilization Act (CMA), specifically Local Law 97 (LL97), requires that thousands of non-residential buildings with more than 25,000 gross square feet show that they do not exceed those limits. It covers all commercial and institutional facilities, including industrial properties not involved in producing utility power or steam. Even Foghorn Leghorn, never at a loss for words, had to stop and take a breath after hearing about this new legislation.Read Article
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This presentation focuses on the criteria needed to choose a consultant which will generate the maximum return on your energy investment. It also covers topics such as developing a structured fee arrangement and consultant accreditation.Read More
Catherine Luthin was selected to serve on the Council for Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) Board of Directors. She was chosen along with a prestigious group of peers to serve on this important inaugural board for a two year term (2010‐2011).Read More
Luthin Associates has been selected as one of the Top 100 Diversity Owned Businesses in New Jersey by DiversityBusiness.com. The awards are based on annual gross revenue and companies' business profiles. This award is the basis of Diversity Business' annual "Top Business List"Read More
Catherine Luthin reviews a critical way to compare energy consultants and to evaluate their fees to choose the absolute best option. She emphasizes that aside from seeking the lowest overall cost for your power, your consultant should be prepared to provide a range of additional services as well.Read More
A presentation about a program to assist healthcare providers in identifying resources to help save on energy costs and to institute more environmentally efficient practices. An introduction to the programs and resources available within NYSERDA and other agencies to help facilities with their energy planning.Read More