NYC Local Law 97 will eventually cover 95% of the city’s buildings. The purpose of the law is to reduce carbon emissions by first benchmarking, setting reduction goals, and setting enforcement mechanisms to reduce energy consumption and increase air quality and reduce climate change. Although the content is tailored to the New York City law, the same principles could be applied to any building or portfolio of buildings to improve sustainability and reduce energy consumption/cost. This Seminar will:
– Explain the law, its background, the buildings it applies to, and when they have to comply.
– Enumerate the carbon benchmarks that must be measured, calibrated, and improved upon.
– Explore the techniques and effectiveness of energy conservation measures such as building envelope, internal load reductions, and building system improvements.
– Review various examples on how to evaluate a mix of energy reduction measures that meet or exceed the requirements of the law while adding value to the asset by maximizing return on investment.
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