NYSERDA plays a pivotal role in achieving the state’s clean energy and carbon reduction goals, so where does the organization see the landscape moving next?
On December 17, join us 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!
Celebrate the holiday season with friends and colleagues at our first virtual Holiday Member Reception on December 3 from 5:30-6:30 pm. We’ll look back at highlights from the year, share some holiday cheer (and prizes) and break into speed networking sessions. Also, be sure to share your favorite photos in our Holiday Photo Contest!
If you become a member of Urban Green Council by December 1 you’ll receive free admission to this event. A discount code will automatically be emailed to you once your membership is processed.
Passage of Local Law 97 was just the first step towards implementation. Over the summer, there were several notable developments including new details about the law's Climate Advisory Board and Working Groups, recently introduced amendments and the city's carbon trading study.
To keep you up to date, on December 3 we're offering our very popular LL97 webinar that covers these developments and key points of the law.
Commercial occupancy is down 90 percent in NYC buildings due to COVID-19, but the energy in those buildings have fallen by just 30 percent. What’s behind this great energy disconnect? Can lessons be found for our post-pandemic world?
On December 8, owners, operators and tenants will break down the data and discuss the challenges and opportunities available to save energy in buildings.
Is it possible that the birthplace of the modern skyscraper wasn't New York or Chicago, but Philadelphia? Join The Skyscraper Museum as they travel back to the 19th century for an online lecture exploring the origins of skyscraper construction.