Local Law 87 is one of four laws in New York’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan enacted in December 2009 to improve the energy and water efficiency of New York City’s largest buildings. LL87 requires property owners to energy audit and retro-commission their buildings every 10 years and submit an Energy Efficiency Report to the NYC Department of Buildings (DOB) documenting the results.
To ensure that New York’s building community complies with LL87, Urban Green Council created a User Guide & Compliance Checklist, which is now available to view or download. Complimentary presentations to building industry organizations, building owners, manager, tenants and any group impacted by the new requirements are also available from our outstanding Speakers Bureau.
VIEW THE PRESENTATION AND CHECKLIST NOW.
Attend our next presentation on April 23. To request an onsite presentation at your organization, please send us an email.
Local Law 87 Speakers Bureau
Erica Brabon, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
Tiffany Broyles Yost, Urban Green Council
Lauren Brust, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
Christopher Cayten, CodeGreen Solutions
Valerie Corbett, IntelliGreen Partners LLC
Michael C. English, Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP
Adam Glod, Green Light National
Saverio Grosso, Eneractive Solutions
Ann Kaymen, New York Grant Company
Amanda Langwell, Goshow Architects
Jeffrey Logarzo, Dome-Tech, Inc.
Thomas McGovern, Geatain Engineering PLLC
Randy Mead, Control Technologies, Inc.
Paul Meyer, WSP Flack + Kurtz
Andrew Padian, Community Preservation Corporation
Vincent Palmigiano, Dome-Tech, Inc. - Carrier Corporation
Paul Reale, Paul Reale Consulting
Michael Rovito, ERS
Tony Saracino, Syska Hennessy Group
Russell Unger, Urban Green Council
Marc Zuluaga, Steve Winter Associates
Still working on Local Law 43, which requires buildings to convert from heavy forms of heating oil to cleaner fuels? Learn the benefits of complying with both LL43 and LL87 simultaneously by listening to this webinar, a collaboration between Urban Green Council and Clean Heat.
Urban Green Council is able to offer these complimentary presentations through generous support from ConEdison, the Kresge Foundation and NYSERDA.