Continuing Education Credits
What’s New in the 2020 NYC Energy Code is a free 90-minute online class designed to cover the major updates in the 2020 NYCECC and how it relates to NYC’s Local Law 97. This class is recommended for a range of design and building professionals, from principals to expediters.
By the end of this course, participants will:
- Identify specific provisions that need attention to due to increased stringency;
- Recognize the changes in the 2020 NYCECC that will have a substantial effect on how buildings are designed and constructed;
- Understand the relationship between the 2020 NYCECC and the carbon cap for building energy required under NYC LL97;
- Understand the rationale behind the eventual transition from energy to carbon regulation.
Each What’s New in the NYC Code online course is live and interactive, led by a certified instructor with more than seven years of professional building or design experience, a passion for sustainability, and in-depth knowledge of the green building industry.
Want to learn more before the course? Read our Energy Code Brief to develop a general understanding of the 2020 NYCECC.
The course has been approved for 1.5 GBCI, AIA LU-HSW and PDH credits. Credits do not require advance notice, but please provide a member number if you’re requesting CEUs.
Requests for session changes must be received at least a week in advance of the course date. Memberships and donations are nonrefundable. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns.
Vice President of Energy Transition, Bowman Consulting Group
Bowman is a trusted, multi-faceted consulting firm offering a broad range of infrastructure, environmental management, energy and real estate solutions to both public and private clients across the country. Michael leads Bowman's work in energy transition, and is a Certified Energy Manager, LEED AP O+M, NABCEP Solar PV Installation Professional, and Doctor of Engineering Science candidate at Columbia University.