Registration for Daylight Hour 2019 is now open
Daylight Hour is a global social media campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of daylight in commercial offices. Using daylight in lieu of electric lighting demonstrates the opportunity to conserve energy, save money, and promote the well-being of the many people who spend their days indoors.
High Performance Building Resources
The Building Energy Exchange has launched a new series of resources on high-performance building technologies and retrofit strategies. Explore the link below to learn more about the latest efficiency and comfort enhancing solutions for your building.
Passive House Primer
Interested in learning more about Passive House but pressed for time? Join BE-Ex for the Passive House Primer – an engaging, one-hour seminar on Passive House fundamentals and their application in the NYC market. Available as a free session delivered at your office.
Please contact Ashley Verhines at email@example.com to schedule a Passive House Primer for your office.
Current Exhibit: Celebrate NYC
BE-Ex presents Celebrate NYC, an exhibit celebrating the leadership of the New York City real estate community in advancing building energy efficiency and effective climate action. Celebrate NYC showcases 60 energy efficiency retrofit projects. These projects represent all kinds of buildings across New York City’s boroughs, and feature a wide variety of energy upgrades.
Case Study: The New York Botanical Garden
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) has been a leader in environmental conservation since 1891. Over the last decade, NYBG has transformed its Bronx campus into a 21st-century model of sustainability. By integrating energy efficiency into capital planning and piloting innovative energy upgrades, NYBG has reduced energy use by 21% and emissions by 53% per area sq. ft. and is saving nearly $300,000 each year.
For over 30 years BuildingsNY has been the leading event for NYC building professionals, including property owners, building managers, architects, engineers, superintendents, developers and contractors. The annual event brings together more than 5,550 industry professionals and provides them with the tools and suppliers they need to lower their costs, grow their businesses, and operate efficient buildings. With new business services and suppliers, networking events and education, BuildingsNY promises metro-NY building professionals the opportunity to learn and source at a one-stop event. Learn more.