New York will become the first state in the country to require new buildings to be all-electric. Here’s what to know.
Ian Shapiro joined Urban Green Live to talk actionable steps for electrification in buildings.
We sat down with Karl Downey to discuss the Science Based Targets Initiative and their Building Sector Guidance.
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.
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.
The NYC Department of Buildings has released the Proposed Rules for Local Law 97, shaping the law for the decades ahead.
Join guest host Ellen Honigstock and John Mandyck as they discuss a low carbon future through a proposed federal rule.
Our 2022 conference looked at how we can tackle the remaining obstacles to electrification.
Anthony Fiore joins Urban Green Live to discuss NYC’s plan to reduce emissions and comply with Local Law 97.
NYSERDA’s Doreen Harris and Janet Joseph help break down what the states’s 2022 climate agenda means for New Yorkers.
NYU’s carbon trading study, required by Local Law 97, is the first comprehensive modeling assessment of the law’s costs and benefits.
Urban Green hosted developers of two projects with one goal: to inject NYC with clean electricity.
Ben Furnas, Director of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Climate and Sustainability, looks at the city’s plans to lower emissions.