Join the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) for an overview of their Climate Mitigation Roadmap, a strategic plan to reduce portfolio-wide carbon emissions by 80% in the nation’s largest rental portfolio through building electrification and energy efficiency.
With the passing of 2019’s Climate Mobilization Act, New York City’s real estate sector has mobilized to address looming building emission limits set forth by Local Law 97. NYCHA, the City’s public housing agency, is no different. Last month, the agency unveiled their strategic roadmap for reducing operational greenhouse gas emissions to meet LL97 limits. Their most ambitious effort in more than 25 years of energy conservation programs, NYCHA’s new roadmap commits the agency to portfolio-wide electrification– the first such commitment among public housing authorities in the US.
We’re pleased to welcome the authors of NYCHA’s Roadmap for an overview of the plan and the work currently underway to meet these ambitious targets.
Bomee Jung, New York City Housing Authority
Rory Christian, New York City Housing Authority
Thomas Sahagian, New York City Housing Authority
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