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Hybrid Event: High Rise / Low Carbon: Nimble Brains for Complex Buildings, NYC, and Online, November 30, 9am ET

New York Events,building energy exchange,New York Green Building

by Luqman Marketer

As buildings transitioned from analog to digital systems, controls were dominated by platforms with high financial and educational entry thresholds. But with a movement towards relying on natural energy flow and the emergence of ubiquitous,… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 1526 views | Posted on: 11/04/2022 | Last updated: 11/06/2022

NESEA Green Building Virtual Pro Tour: North America's Largest Affordable Passive House, November 6, 12:30 - 2:30 pm EST

Affordable Housing,NYSERDA,Passive House,ZIPsystem

by Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)

This virtual Pro Tour will offer participants a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most ambitious PHIUS+ projects in New York City: an innovative fifteen-story building providing 154-units of sustainable housing. NESEA is working with hos… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 1222 views | Posted on: 10/26/2020 | Last updated: 10/27/2020

BuildingEnergy NYC, Online, September 23-24

NESEA,BuildingEnergy NYC,Northeast Sustainable Energy Association - NESEA

by Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)

Now in its ninth year, BuildingEnergy NYC is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Last year's event brought more than 400 profession… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 2030 views | Posted on: 08/21/2020 | Last updated: 08/24/2020

Going Electric: Retrofitting NYC's Multifamily Buildings, May 7, 9am (Online)

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

To achieve a low-carbon future, we’ll need to transition our buildings from burning fossil fuels to using electricity for heating and hot water. This process, known as electrification, will bring a heating revolution to the New York C… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 768 views | Posted on: 05/02/2020 | Last updated: 05/02/2020

Ceres 2020 in New York, NY, March 23-26 (Now Online)

by Veer Mudambi Journalist - Writing Green

Ceres 2020 in New York will mobilize the world's most influential capital market leaders to accelerate and scale up solutions to the most pressing global sustainability challenges. These leading executives will map out next steps for in… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 1562 views | Posted on: 03/06/2020 | Last updated: 03/23/2020

Northeast Solar & Storage Forum 2020, March 11, New York, New York

Energy,Solar,Clean Energy companies

by AbbieKnight

The Northeast is one of the fastest growing regions for solar and energy storage. With strong policies for renewables and a local hive of innovative clean energy companies, it has the potential to lead the nation towards a decentralized and… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 939 views | Posted on: 03/04/2020 | Last updated: 03/04/2020

Biophilia in Building Design and Operations, March 4, New York, New York

biophilic design,biophilia

by AbbieKnight

Biophilic design is gaining traction in the building industry, but how is it actually being implemented in New York City? And in what ways does it benefit building occupants and the environment? Join Urban Green on March 4 for an event a… more...

  Filed under: New York

0 replies | 1131 views | Posted on: 02/24/2020 | Last updated: 02/25/2020

Buildings of Excellence: Large-Scale Passive House, February 12, New York, NY

NYSERDA,Buildings of Excellence,BE-Ex

by AbbieKnight

Join NYSERDA and BE-Ex for the third NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence Gallery Talk, featuring Sendero Verde and Cornell Tech, two transformative Passive House buildings and Buildings of Excellence award recipients. Last year, the New… more...

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0 replies | 1689 views | Posted on: 01/22/2020 | Last updated: 01/22/2020

Northeast Regional Home Performance Conference & Trade Show, February 11-12, Saratoga Springs, NY

Home Performance,Building Science,CEU

by AbbieKnight

Discover the latest in building science and technical information; strategies for improving your organization’s operations; the latest updates on certifications; key updates on policy and new technologies to stay ahead of the cur… more...

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0 replies | 2099 views | Posted on: 01/22/2020 | Last updated: 01/22/2020

What's New in the 2020 Stretch Energy Code? January 28, New York, New York

Energy Code Update,NYStretch

by AbbieKnight

he 2020 NYStretch Energy Code, which will go into effect on March 3, will significantly change how buildings in NYC are designed and constructed. Buildings constructed under NYStretch will use 11 percent less energy over their lifetime… more...

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0 replies | 1033 views | Posted on: 01/13/2020 | Last updated: 01/13/2020

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