Low-cost financing can help unlock the $20 billion retrofit market opportunity spurred by Local Law 97.
As we adapt to the evolving regulations of COVID-19, we must continue to prioritize health, safety, and wellbeing.
NYC’s 2020 benchmarking data provides the first-ever look at medium-sized buildings’ energy use and emissions.
Urban Green brought together experts at the Canadian Consulate to assess the state of low-carbon energy in New York.
Renovations are being made to the James A. Farley Post Office building, adding new retail and office space.
Take a look at the journey of NYC’s recyclables through the Sims Sunset Park Materials Recovery Facility in Brooklyn.
Introducing the Global Climate Efficiency Trading Initiative, a collaboration between building and energy stakeholders.
Urban Green Council’s latest report tackles pressing questions about the state of steam heat systems in New York City.