We’re incredibly proud of the impact we’ve made in realizing cleaner, healthier, low-carbon buildings for all New Yorkers.
NYC’s PACE program can help building owners finance efficiency and renewables.
Now armed with a decade of data, how are NYC’s buildings doing in cutting emissions?
A trading program for NYC’s buildings could lead to cost-effective carbon savings.
With the long-term challenge of decarbonizing NYC’s electricity in mind, where do we stand today?
Electrification will be a multi-decade process. Going Electric identifies nine next steps to jumpstart electrification in multifamily buildings.
NYC’s forward-thinking energy code is a critical building block for a low-carbon future.
Using clean energy and vegetation, New Yorkers can leverage rooftops to lower energy bills and cut carbon emissions.
Our predictive model sheds light on steam use in smaller multifamily buildings and where to focus on upgrades in the city.
This 2019 report takes a close look at how steam heat systems can be improved to save money and energy.
This report lays the framework for how to cut carbon in NYC’s large buildings and paved the way for Local Law 97.
Our 2018 report looks at the technologies the New York construction market can use today.
Our 2018 report provides 35 recommendations for improving NYC’s Green Zoning regulations.
We used the 2014 and 2015 New York City building benchmarking data to explore energy use in NYC buildings.
The 2017 Roadmap presents green building recommendations for NYC’s Mayoral candidates.