Next week, our annual conference will examine what electrication means for New York City, why it could play a role in achieving 80x50, and when the transition would happen—When could the city feasibly electrify buildings? Why can't we do it right now? What other changes need to happen first, or simultaneously? On our blog, Elias Dagher of Dagher Engineering explains.
This conference is crucial for those working in all sectors of the green building community, as the transition to electric systems would have both policy and technology implications that will affect huge swaths of the industry. To learn how electrification would impact you, check out our Electrifcation Blog Post Series and join us at The Auditorium on October 4.
READ MORE >
Join GreenHomeNYC as they tour the award-winning Sims Municipal Recycling Center, where nearly 20,000 tons of waste are processed per month. The facility, made almost completely of recycled steel, features a 600 kW photovoltaic installation, a commercial size wind turbine, a stormwater management system, flood-proof buildings and artificial reef habitats for aquatic life.
September 28 | 3:00 - 4:30pm | Brooklyn, NY
Hosted by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, the BuildingEnergy NYC Conference + Trade Show is ideal for professionals and practitioners working on energy efficiency initiatives, high performance buildings and renewables. Not to be missed are three thought-provoking sessions featuring Urban Green's Ellen Honigstock, Laurie Kerr and Sean Brennan.
October 12 | 8:00am - 6:00pm | NYC
The 2017 AIA QUAD (Quality Unites Architectural Design) Conference is a three-day conference encompassing an expo, continuing education seminars, networking events and the QUAD State Design Awards Presentation. It is jointly hosted by AIA Connecticut, AIA New Jersey, AIA New York State and AIA Pennsylvania.
November 9-11 | Albany, NY