Wednesday January 15th, 2020
9:00 am to 10:30 am

 

 

 

Full video for "Climate Mobilization Act Series: Grades, Codes & Limits" on January 15, 2020

In 2020 New York City will witness the arrival of publicly posted building energy grades and a new, aggressive stretch code.  How do these new reference points relate to the Local Law 97 carbon emission limits?  How can building owners and project teams ensure they are on a path to compliance with these varied requirements?

Join the Building Energy Exchange, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, and the Natural Resources Defense Council for a lively discussion by industry leaders and others of these critical elements of NYC’s building performance framework.

This event marks the sixth program of our acclaimed Climate Mobilization Act Series, a collection of programs and resources dedicated to demystifying the legislative package and connecting our community with relevant solutions. Grades, Codes & Limits is the second event in partnership with Natural Resources Defense Council, focusing on solutions to the Climate Mobilization Act’s various requirements.

For more information, including FAQ sheets, articles, and past event media, visit our Climate Mobilization Act portal.

Panelists
John Lee, Deputy Director, Green Buildings and Energy Efficiency, NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
Andrea Mancino, Director of New Construction, Bright Power, Inc.
Kelly Dougherty, Director of Energy Management, FS Residential
Amalia Cuadra, Senior Director of Engineering, EN-POWER Group

Moderator
Donna De Costanzo, Director, Climate & Clean Energy Program, Natural Resources Defense Council

Schedule
8:30 am – Registration
9 am – Panel Discussion, Audience Q&A
10 am – Reception
10:30am – Close

 

 

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