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New York City’s newly passed Local Law 97, the most ambitious climate legislation for buildings enacted by any city in the world, is poised to redefine the retrofit market.
Rebecca Elzinga recaps our 2018 Conference, Weathering the Storm: The Intersection of Reslience & Finance.
NYC buildings rely most heavily on fossil fuels for space heating and domestic hot water production. That means that by 2050 these two processes need to be radically reformed; our recent panel discussion focused on the possibilities for the latter.
If we can green the grid and make electrification a real possibility, how would this transformation play out at the individual building level?
Our 2017 Conference, It’s Electrifying: Exploring NYC’s Climate Plan to Electrify Buildings, was held on October 4. This blog post recaps session one, Electrifying the Building Industry.