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There is an elephant looming in NYC’s climate planning: the loss of 2,000 megawatts of low-carbon electricity from Indian Point Energy Center.
Architects rarely consider a building's energy use in relation to NYC's power grid—but with electrification on the horizon, should they?
Last week, the New York City Council introduced six bills aimed at improving energy efficiency, encouraging more solar energy, and improving the city’s planning and permitting processes.
Rooftop solar may be hard to see, but distributed generation in New York City is taking off.
The Division of Energy Management (DEM), housed within the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, is working to install 100 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity across city-o