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Efficiency Roadmaps NYC'S Local Law 97

Wednesday, Nov 6, 2019

The carbon reduction targets of Local Law 97 will require an unprecedented focus on deep energy efficiency retrofits across New York City buildings. Many building owners will be considering these types of projects for the first time. Where should they start? What types of retrofit measures should they consider and in what order? What investments should they avoid, and how are all these considerations different for multifamily or commercial buildings?

Sponsor: Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex)

Please join this discussion as we pivot from the contents of the legislation to solutions that will meet its targets. With policy + technical expertise across the broad spectrum of NYC buildings, our panelists will describe the ways in which building owners, building managers + their advisers can prepare for the GHG cuts set forth for 2024, 2030 + beyond.

Date: Wednesday, November 6, 8:30–10:30 AM

Location: Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street, Room 609

Opening Remarks: Emily Dean, Director of Market Development — NYSERDA

Panelists: Samantha Wilt, Senior Policy Analyst, Climate & Clean Energy Program — NRDC; Jeff Perlman, CEO & Founder — Bright Power: + Chris Cayten, Principal — CodeGreen Solutions

Moderator: Yetsuh Frank, Managing Director, Programs & Strategy — BE-Ex

RSVP: BEEx

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