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New Jersey

Policy Description:

On May 23, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law A3723, which sets a statewide benchmarking requirement for commercial buildings 25,000 square feet and larger through the Board of Public Utilities.  The bill also includes a number of renewable energy provisions including increasing the state’s renewables portfolio standard to 50% by 2030.

Authority in Charge:
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities
Tool Name:
ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager
Building Types Affected Size Compliance Deadline
ALL 2023-05-23
Notes:
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has until 5 years after the adoption of A3723 to implement the benchmarking program. As of September 2018, no compliance deadline for covered buildings has been established.
Transparency:
Required Transparency:
No
Notes:
As of September 2018, the disclosure requirements for New Jersey's benchmarking requirement are undefined.
Reporting:
Required Reporting:
No

Utility Requirements/Support:

Utility Requirements/Support:
No

Verification:

Verification:
No

Compliance:

Compliance Enforcement:
Yes