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The vast majority of new buildings in NYC with central boiler systems are using condensing boilers. However, existing multifamily buildings rarely choose condensing equipment when replacing their boiler. Is this appropriate or is NYC possibly missing a significant opportunity to boost energy efficiency—especially since there are over 10,000 multifamily buildings in the city? When should condensing boilers be considered and what are the best practices for utilizing high-efficiency condensing boilers in multifamily buildings?
Join industry experts to learn about appropriate designs and applications for condensing boilers, common misunderstandings and mistakes, and the city's fuel codes and regulations pertaining to these boilers.
Thank you to our event partners 32BJ SEIU, 32BJ Training Fund, and New York Passive House.
Assistant Manager for Green Building Training, BPI MFBA, LEED Green Associate, 32BJ Training Fund
Instructor and Resident Manager, 32BJ
Technical Director, PE, NYC Department of Buildings
President, ANP Energy Consulting Services Corporation
Vice President, Engineering, Bright Power