Registration is open for Urban Green's 2022 conference, Electri-fiction to Electrification: Overcoming Barriers. Electrification is no longer just a buzzword. This year, we'll tackle the remaining barriers holding us back from wide-scale adoption, consider lessons learned from the few that have made the leap and ask how we can accelerate progress now.
This year's conference will be held in person on June 15 at the NYU Kimmel Center for University Life. The event will be followed by a cocktail reception where you can continue the conversation with leaders in NYC's sustainability community!
Thank you to this year's lead sponsor, Carrier. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here.
Habitat for Humanity's pioneering Net Zero project consists of 13 single and multifamily modular homes which will be developed in Jamaica, Queens, and provide a combined 19,500 SF of affordable housing.
On April 26, join Urban Green and the Cross-Learning Alliance for a sneak peek at these homes and how they minimize environmental impact while supporting homeownership. Cross-Learning Alliance events help bridge the knowledge gap between the people who own, design, build, manage, operate and commission buildings.
On September 29, the 2022 Urban Green Gala will bring together NYC's sustainability community for a memorable evening celebrating Urban Green's 20th anniversary. RSVP to join us at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers as we honor Gary LaBarbera, President of the NYC Building and Construction Trades Council.
The RTEM Hackathon is focused on leveraging real-time, equipment-level data to enable decarbonization through building electrification. NYSERDA is offering $55,000 in cash prizes for the winning competitors, and is seeking participation from data scientists, engineers, academic researchers and anyone else with Python skills!