75% of buildings covered under NYC Local Law 97 will need to reduce their carbon emissions to avoid fines.
Whether targeting energy-use or carbon emissions, a whole-building approach to performance will help you achieve your neutrality goals.
Steven Winter Associates, Inc. (SWA) has been pre-approved to perform eligible indoor air quality (IAQ) studies under the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Flexible Technical Assistance (FlexTech) program.
SWA project, Cornell Tech, is nominated by CIBSE Journal as the International Project of the Year for the 2021 Building Performance Awards. The award winners will be announced on February 25th at the CIBSE award ceremony.
Join us to learn more about key management decisions that building owners should be taking prior to budget season. Ensure you have the information you need to engage with DOEE in compliance discussions and develop capital plans to achieve compliance – avoiding costly alternative compliance payments.
Passive House for All is a call to action. Our existential environmental, health, and social crises demand that we look beyond isolated symptoms and tackle interlocking systemic causes; across disciplines, from buildings to communities. The event will take on the full range of specialized technical, process, and policy aspects of Passive House one expects from a NAPHN conference – and it will challenge us to make Passive House benefits, tools, and work, accessible to all, and enriched by everyone. This will be a hybrid conference – conducted in-person, in NYC, and through this online platform. You can participate where you are most comfortable.