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Energy Retrofits for Co-ops and Condos

Join Urban Green and the NYC Accelerator for a look at local building energy laws and how they apply to co-ops and condos.

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  • March 6, 2024
  • 6:00 – 7:30 pm
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Energy retrofits co-ops condos
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Event Cost

  • Member & Non-member: Free

Multifamily buildings are the most common building type covered under Local Law 97, New York City’s carbon cap for buildings. Many of these are co-ops and condos that will see financial savings and improvement of occupant comfort from energy retrofit projects.

On March 6, join Urban Green and NYC Accelerator for a broad overview of local building energy laws and how they apply to co-ops and condos. We’ll share resources to help with your energy retrofit projects from start to finish.

This event is presented in partnership with NYC Accelerator

NYC Accelerator

Speakers

Katherine Willis
Account Manager, NYC Accelerator

Katherine Willis works to help NYC building stakeholders achieve energy efficiency and decarbonization. In her role as an NYC Accelerator Account Manager, she assists building owners, property managers, tenants, and others to comply with local building laws and find energy savings. Katherine’s career has included consulting, nonprofit, education, and corporate work; she has an M.S. in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management from The New School and a B.A. in Philosophy and French from Amherst College.

Ellen Honigstock
Senior Director, Education, Urban Green Council

Ellen oversees the development of Urban Green’s Public Programs. She is also responsible for developing the curriculum for Urban Green’s signature programs, including GPRO and Crushing the Code. Ellen has 28 years of experience as an architect and volunteered for Urban Green for several years before joining the staff, where she served as the first Residential Green Building Advocate for Urban Green Council, working to increase green building and LEED for Homes certification in the New York residential marketplace, and as a committee chair of the Green Codes Task Force. Ellen is a co-founder of Solarize Brooklyn and Sustainable Kensington Windsor Terrace.

Registration for this event is full. Join the waitlist, and we’ll inform you if additional space becomes available.