CPower’s Building Management System-as-a-Service can turn your New York Building into a Smart Building…for $0 out of pocket!

New York City is doing its part to help the Empire State and the country realize a cleaner and more dependable energy future.

In 2022, organizations like yours can help the city, the state, and yourself.  

That’s because right now you have a unique opportunity to transform your property into a smart building, complete with a state-of-the-art building management system that can help you optimize your energy use and spend while also helping you comply with New York's climate laws for local businesses.

All for $0 out-of-pocket cost. 

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CPower’s Building Management System-as-a-Service in New York

A building management system is a digital backbone that empowers commercial property owners with agile performance controls and data to help the building thrive in New York’s evolving and competitive energy market.

CPower’s BMS-aaS transforms your property into a Grid-Interactive Efficient Building (GEB) that can quickly react to changing energy market conditions AND earn revenue for helping the grid maintain the balance between electrical supply and demand. 

Our BMS-aaS allows qualified New York buildings to install a building management system at no upfront cost and pay for it over time with earnings from demand response participation. 

CPower’s BMS-aaS Includes:

  • Building Management System providing transparency on your building’s and tenants’ energy usage
  • Historic & actionable data for temperature setpoints to enhance tenant comfort and energy management
  • Analytics and controls to optimize energy and carbon-efficient goals to future-proof your property
  • Real-time energy and carbon management for Local Law 97 compliance
  • Full building curtailment capability for time-of-use calls for Local Law 97 compliance
  • Building performance enablement to participate in demand response and earn annual revenue

BMS-aaS Benefits:

  • CPower’s BMS-aaS develops our clients’ assets into Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings
  • Pay $0 upfront for the installation of the Building Management System
  • Earn demand response revenue to purchase the BMS system in 3 years or less while unlocking new revenue streams for the building annually 
  • Energy savings and Local Law 97 fine mitigation begin immediately
  • Smart building enablement for optimized tenant experience
  • Create the most optimized kWh for your building 
    • Cheapest kWh – Peak demand management, Cap Tag management & energy procurement
    • Cleanest kWh – Time of Use, Decarbonization
    • Most Valuable kWh – Annual demand response revenue
  • Indoor Air Quality enablement for tenant health and safety

Operational Benefits:

  • Advanced asset management and analytics
  • Real-time energy and carbon tracking to trend efficiency and yearly compliance & ESG goals
  • State of the art building management system performance to future-proof your property
  • Improve uptime & optimized maintenance for buildings & portfolios with building automation

Local Law 97 Should be on NYC Building Managers’ Radars. Here’s Why.

Passed in 2019 and part of New York City’s Climate legislation as well as Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Green New Deal, Local Law 97 (LL97) aims to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from tall buildings in Manhattan and the outer boroughs.

The law requires 40% citywide emissions reductions by 2030 from a 2005-established baseline. The ultimate goal of the law is to reduce carbon emissions in the city’s building stock by 80% by 2050. 

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NY Utility Con Edison Sees DERs and Demand Response Programs that Use Them in its Future (and Present)

Con Edison’s grid of the future aims to deliver 100% clean energy by 2040.

The New York electric utility in charge of delivering safe, reliable energy to 10 million people living in New York City and Westchester County knows full well what’s at stake during their drive to a cleaner, more dependable grid.

Like any utility in the country striving toward a future powered less from fossil resources and more from renewables and other clean sources, Con Edison must deal with the inherent intermittency issues renewable resources such as wind and solar present.

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