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Local Law 97 is set to drive 25,000 retrofit projects in 5,500 prewar low-rise buildings by 2030.
How close are NYC's multifamily buildings to complying with Local Law 97, and how can they get there?
Building systems are designed and installed separately, but they need to work together for a building to function as intended. Kelly Westby and Ellen Honigstock discuss how it happens.
The NYC Department of Buildings has released the new package of proposed rules for Local Law 97. Here's what you need to know.
On June 8, 2023, building practitioners gathered at NYU for our 2023 conference, NYC Next: Trends for a Changing City.
New York will become the first state in the country to require new buildings to be all-electric. Here's what to know.
A proposed bill would expand benchmarking and energy disclosure requirements to buildings larger than 10,000 SF.
A look at where Grid Ready meets NYC's Environmental Justice Areas.
NYC site energy use and carbon emissions both decreased in 2020.
Renewable energy credits have the potential to be a major LL97 compliance path for 2030.
The DOB has released the Proposed Rules for Local Law 97. Here's what you need to know.
At our 2022 conference, we addressed the barriers to electrification and how we plan to break them.
Urban Green hosted developers of two projects with one goal: to inject NYC with clean electricity.
NYSERDA’s $40 million Buildings of Excellence competition is catalyzing the design and construction in New York State.
How do we build a future that is sustainable, equitable, and healthy?
New York State lost thousands of clean energy jobs in the spring of 2020, but the new clean economy offers hope.
Low-cost financing can help unlock the $20 billion retrofit market opportunity spurred by Local Law 97.
As we adapt to the evolving regulations of COVID-19, we must continue to prioritize health, safety, and wellbeing.
Can a city of over eight million really switch to renewable power?