PowerCon’s retro-commissioning services will provide a systematic analysis of an existing building’s systems and performance. Addressing operating protocols, calibration and sequencing of systems, cleaning, and repairs, retro-commissioning will identify under-performing systems and make recommendations toward improvement. The result is a better performing building and lower utility and operating costs.


PowerCon features Commissioning Process Management Professional certified staff, and has over 20 years of experience in New York City and throughout the East Coast.



New York City Local Law 87

All buildings over 50,000 square feet in New York City must undergo an energy audit and retro-commissioning as early as 2013. Learn more about Local Law 87.


PowerCon can help you comply with the new law now and in the future. We can also help ensure that energy efficiency upgrades already completed count towards this requirement.


A building can be exempt from the retro-commissioning process if it meets certain criteria within LEED for Existing Buildings 2009 two years prior to the reporting date. Certain types of buildings can also pursue a prescriptive compliance path through installation of specific energy efficiency measures to meet the retro-commissioning requirement.



Contact PowerCon’s Energy Division to discuss the new requirements, and how PowerCon can help you!