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We would be happy to schedule a walk through to assess your Steam Systems and make recommendations on how to make them more efficient.

October 25th Con Ed Steam will be hosting their annual Fall seminar discussing the latest and greatest opportunities and challenges for those with steam systems served by the largest steam district provider in the world. Come hear John Lee from the Mayor’s office discuss Local Law 97 and the coming impact on building operations to meet the CO2 limits on the horizon for all buildings 25,000 SF and larger.

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Mosto Technologies Inc. is the leading energy consulting company specializing in commercial, residential, and institutional steam systems in NYC since 1997.

Mosto Technologies has saved clients millions of dollars annually through the implementation of new control and monitoring technologies, system wide energy audits, and equipment upgrades.

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CON EDISON PEAK DEMAND 2019

Manage your Steam On-Peak Demand charges this winter (Mon-Fri 6-11AM) by monitoring your consumption in real-time and setting up threshold alerts to limit your M#/HR peaks.

Local Law 97 (LL-97)

MostoTech can help your building meet the LL-97 2024 CO2 limits by improving the efficiency of your steam system. Monitoring steam consumption & losses in real-time, stopping steam leaks & lowering steam pressures all contribute to reaching the optimal conditions your steam system.

Living City | A City Shaped by Steam

Steve Mosto of Mosto Technologies was recently featured on an episode of The New York Times Series “Living City”.

The episode “A City Shaped by Steam” explores the workings of the New York City Steam System, the largest in the world.  Steve worked with the producers as a content consultant and helped provide access to several of the sites depicted.

View the video on NYTimes.com

View more information on The New York Times Series “Living City”