On December 8, learn more about One Court Square, New York's most extensive electric-efficiency retrofit. Speakers will answer questions and help designers, developers, building operators and managers understand how to take advantage of new smart technologies and economic incentives in their own buildings.
Join us tomorrow for our in-person Holiday Member Reception! Connect with friends and colleagues over cocktails and appetizers at the Fisher & Paykel Experience Center in Manhattan, and see what Urban Green has planned for 2022.
Learn sustainability best practices and actionable strategies for every phase of construction and how to avoid common mistakes. This one-day virtual training is followed by three online electives done at students' own pace.
Join us at this livestreamed event to learn about New York’s most extensive electric-efficiency retrofit. Speakers will answer your questions about financial incentives and resources available for energy upgrades.
NYU has released the highly anticipated carbon trading study required by LL97. Join Urban Green and the NYU study team for a deep dive into its findings, including how a carbon trading program can deliver GHG and air pollution savings.
Tomorrow, join us for our 2021 Holiday Member Reception at the Fisher & Paykel Experience Center! Mingle with friends and colleagues in NYC's sustainability community while enjoying drinks and bites prepared by an in-house chef, and stick around to hear what Urban Green has planned for 2022.
New York City is full of existing and historic buildings that need upgrades to achieve higher energy performance and reduce their carbon footprint while preserving their historic character.
Urban Green is proud to kick off our Energy Upgrades in Historic Buildings series on December 9 with Energy and Preservation Policy in NYC. Panelists will discuss city policies relating to historic buildings and how Local Law 97 affects building energy upgrades.
NYSERDA seeks an experienced, collaborative and pioneering leader for the position of Vice President of Building Decarbonization.
The Vice President will be responsible for a $1.5+ billion budget through 2025 and lead a team of approximately 70 people, plus contractors, to advance a portfolio of solutions and interventions to scale and accelerate the adoption of clean energy, energy efficiency and electrification in buildings in New York.
Urban Green Members, please take five minutes and vote on the individuals nominated for the 2022 term. Voting is open through December 31. We appreciate your time and your continued support of Urban Green.
Next week, "Return to the Future" at the 2021 AIA Tri-State Conference! Created by the AIA chapters of New York State, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, this year's conference focuses on looking ahead and meeting challenges as they arise.