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New York City’s largest buildings, including housing co-operatives and condominiums, have received a new report card on their energy and water use. And the grades are encouraging.
The city’s largest buildings reduced carbon emissions by 14 percent and energy use by 10 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Our 2017 Conference, It’s Electrifying: Exploring NYC’s Climate Plan to Electrify Buildings, was held on October 4. This blog post recaps session one, Electrifying the Building Industry.
One of the distinct attributes of distributed solar technology is that its evolution and proliferation can be shaped and accelerated by the creative inputs of the many, rather than the few.
A word from Urban Green regarding Mayor de Blasio's September 14 policy announcement.