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June 17, 2020
Registration Page: https://www.urbangreencouncil.org/2020conference
Local Law 97 anticipates that NYC's electric grid will deliver far more renewable energy than is currently available. But where will this electricity be generated? When will it be available to New York City buildings? And what policies will support this transformation?
Our 2020 online conference, Unlocking the Grid: Getting Renewables to NYC, will tackle these questions over four sessions. Regulators, renewable energy developers and industry experts will share how they are overcoming existing barriers and paving the path for a cleaner grid.
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How can we get more renewables to NYC’s electric grid? Join [tag Urban Green] for their #UnlocktheGrid conference on 6/17 to explore how to pave the path for a cleaner grid. www.urbangreencouncil.org/2020conference
To cut NYC’s carbon emissions, the electric grid must deliver far more renewable energy. Join [tag Urban Green] online at #UnlocktheGrid on 6/17 to learn what barriers and opportunities exist! www.urbangreencouncil.org/2020conference
How can greening NYC’s grid drive compliance with LL97? And can it be done on a large scale? Hear from top regulators and industry experts at [tag Urban Green]’s #UnlocktheGrid conference on 6/17. www.urbangreencouncil.org/2020conference
Most of NYC’s electricity comes from fossil fuels. To #cutcarbon, we need to rapidly scale up renewables. But where will it come from? And what policies will drive this shift? Learn more at [tag Urban Green]’s #UnlocktheGrid conference on 6/17. www.urbangreencouncil.org/2020conference
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ABOUT URBAN GREEN COUNCIL
The mission of Urban Green Council is to transform buildings for a sustainable future in NYC and around the world. We help New York City and State develop cutting-edge policy, we educate a broad range of professionals, and we research solutions that drive the sustainability conversation locally and nationally. By working with both government and industry, we leverage our effectiveness. Urban Green pursues activities that have a scalable impact: We focus exclusively on buildings, which account for 68 percent of New York City’s carbon emissions.