September 9, 2009
AB1103 will be taking effect soon (January 1, 2010). If you’re not familiar with it, get to be soon.
The bill would require, on and after January 1, 2010, that a nonresidential building owner or operator disclose Energy Star Portfolio Manager benchmarking data and ratings, for the most recent 12-month period, to a prospective buyer, lessee, or lender. After the benchmarking data and ratings are disclosed, the property owner, operator, or his or her agent would not be required to provide additional information regarding the benchmarking data and ratings. The information disclosed would be considered adequate to inform the prospective buyer, lessee of the entire building, or lender that would finance the entire building of the benchmarking data and ratings for the building.
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