Designing to Code: How to Comply with NYC's New Energy Code

Continuing Education Credits

Approved for 1.5 CE Hours
Approved for 1.5 HSW/LU Hours
Event Prices: 
General Admission
Free Admission

The 2015 New York City Energy Conservation Code varies from its predecessors in ways both substantial and subtle. At this event, learn about how the current energy code applies to architects working in new construction. An expert panel will highlight changes to the code from previous versions, enforcement, minimum compliance, and reasons to consider going beyond code requirements. The code will help define how commercial and multifamily properties are designed, built, upgraded and operated—playing an important role in meeting NYC’s energy efficiency and emissions reduction goals, as outlined in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s One City Built to Last.


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Thank you to our event partners Steven Winter Associates, Con Edison and AIA New York COTE (Committee on the Environment).

John Skipper
Business Development & Energy Efficiency, Con Edison

Emily Hoffman
Director, Energy Code Compliance, NYC Department of Buildings

Mike O'Donnell
Energy Analyst, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

Ellen Honigstock, LEED AP
Director of Education Development, Urban Green Council

Kelly Westby
Energy Engineer, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.