Join the Building Energy Exchange, Bright Power, and Sustainable Energy Partners to celebrate the publishing of Turning Data into Action, a follow-up to the team’s groundbreaking study, Retrofitting Affordability; Evaluating New York City’s Multifamily Building Energy Data for Savings Opportunities.
Turning Data into Action dissects the City’s LL87 and LL84 building benchmarking and energy audit data, creating twelve user-friendly ‘tear-sheets,’ which group energy conservation measures (ECMs) into retrofit packages organized by key touch-points in a building’s financial lifecycle. These tear sheets make it easier for buildings professionals to understand which efficiency measures make sense and when to do the work.
The authors will have a moderated conversation about the report’s findings, the methodology, and the tear-sheets’ potential.
Louis Rizzo, National Grid
Lindsay Robbins, Natural Resources Defense Council
Jeff Perlman, Bright Power
Richard Yancey, Building Energy Exchange
Ali Levine, NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability