In 2010, New York became one of the first American cities to collect data about the energy and water used by large buildings. And after a decade, NYC’s benchmarking dataset is the largest and most comprehensive in the country.
New York City's 2020 Energy and Water Use Reportcreated by Urban Green Council presents a trend analysis of 10 years of benchmarked energy and emissions and assesses the progress NYC’s benchmarked building stock has made towards citywide decarbonization goals and mandates.
The report found that emissions from benchmarked properties dropped 23 percent since 2010. Where have the savings come from? Learn more about the report and join us on January 26 for a discussion and Q&A!
Join us tomorrow for an Urban Green Live episode featuring Doreen Harris, Acting President and CEO of NYSERDA. Harris and Urban Green CEO John Mandyck will discuss the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, the future of energy efficiency and the latest thinking on the pipeline of renewables for NYC.
Learn how these issues factor into LL97 and ask your questions to get ahead of the curve!
NYSERDA is excited to present an additional category for the 2020 PropTech Challenge. The Tenant Energy Data category is designed to improve understanding of the drivers of electricity consumption within sub-metered office space in NYC.
Participants will respond to problem statements by uploading output from predictive models and linking to publicly available submission overview videos. Submissions are open through February 21.
How did oversized egos, heated real estate rivalries and fierce competition fuel NYC's skyscraper boom? Join New York Adventure Club on a virtual exploration of the magnificent Art Deco skyscrapers built between the 1920s and 30s that propelled the city skyward.