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A proposed bill would expand benchmarking and energy disclosure requirements to buildings larger than 10,000 SF.
NYC site energy use and carbon emissions both decreased in 2020.
$11 million is lost every year through roof leaks. What can building owners do?
NYC’s 2013 benchmarking data reveal the systems, fuel types and materials used in thousands of NYC buildings.
We used the 2014 and 2015 New York City building benchmarking data to explore energy use in NYC buildings.
Without electricity, buildings are dependent on whatever protection is provided by their walls, windows and roof.
A trading program for NYC’s buildings could lead to cost-effective carbon savings.
Our 2013 report shows how NYC can reduce its carbon footprint 90 percent by 2050.
Our 2020 conference asked: How can we pave the path for a cleaner power grid in New York City?
Our 2021 conference explored the ways we can optimize policy and building design to advance climate, equity, and health.
This report lays the framework for how to cut carbon in NYC’s large buildings and paved the way for Local Law 97.
Now armed with a decade of data, how are NYC’s buildings doing in cutting emissions?
Learn more about the energy used by NYC’s large buildings and whether they’re on track to meet the city’s climate goals.
Join Sophie and John as they discuss how NYC can utilize hydropower to reduce carbon emissions.
For New York City to reach our goals, we must electrify most of our energy use. Is our grid ready to power this new way of life?
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