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.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has awarded a Steven Winter Associates, Inc. (SWA) project, 3365 Third Avenue, as a LEED Homes Award winner in the Outstanding Affordable Project category.
Karla Butterfield, Sustainability Director at Steven Winter Associates, Inc. has been named a Home Innovation NGBS Green Partner of Excellence for 2019.
*Note: NAPHN 2020 sessions will be pre-recorded - not live. The conference will now start, Wednesday, June 24 at 1-4 pm EST. It will then continue every Wednesday, 1-4 pm EST, for the following five weeks, ending on July 29. Please visit www.naphnconference.com for more information*
Accelerating climate disruptions and public policy initiatives are driving uncertainty about the future effectiveness of our investments today. The core mission of Passive House 2020 is to demonstrate and discuss how (and why) building owners, developers, and occupants are choosing Passive House to improve outcomes, minimize uncertainty and risk, provide more control, increase performance and enhance well-being.
Explore the smartest, most cost-effective ways to improve the efficiency of hot water systems, the second largest energy user in the home. In addition, learn about the intersection between hot water systems and important issues like equity and decarbonization. At this unique two-day event, with more than 25 breakout sessions on new programs and ideas, you will meet with industry leaders and fellow professionals in a welcoming community that is passionate about hot water issues in the latest technology, system design, sectors, and programs and policies.