Looking for ways to reduce energy use and carbon emissions in your buildings? On April 15, learn how Weill Cornell Medicine's Engineering & Maintenance team is doing just that, and learn how you can, too!
Weill Cornell's E&M team recently completed Urban Green Council's GPRO@Work, a comprehensive training and coaching program that builds the skills of operations and maintenance staff and managers. This session will share the outcomes of the program thus far and share ways participants can implement changes in their own buildings.
On March 11, NYSERDA announced the 14 winners in Round 2 of the Buildings of Excellence Competition! The competition recognizes and rewards the design, construction and operation of highly replicable low- or zero-carbon multifamily buildings in New York State.
Learn more about the competition here, and see the full list of Round 2 winners!
JOHN MANDYCK NAMED TO BUILDINGS SUSTAINABILITY BOARD
We are pleased to announce that Urban Green CEO John Mandyck was recently named to the NYC Department of Buildings' Buildings Sustainability Board!
The BSB seeks to provide technical expertise and recommendations regarding sustainable technologies for NYC buildings and works to advance the DOB's larger goal of promoting the use of renewable energy sources and sustainable technologies in buildings.
Looking for ways to comply with Local Law 97, reduce energy costs or meet your own sustainability goals? Join the Clean Fight, a nonprofit organization working to identify the best clean energy and energy efficiency solutions that can help decarbonize NYC's buildings, and meet the nine companies they recently selected for their innovative solutions that reduce energy usage and emissions.