• May 15, 2019
  • Rye, NY

The Future of Energy in Buildings – Moving to Zero


Energy code requirements have been getting more and more strict over the last few years. In addition, various energy metrics have been introduced into local incentive programs and legislations; natural gas moratoriums are pushing the market to electrify. This seminar will put the pieces of this energy puzzle together, clarify the end goal of moving our buildings and our grid together to zero carbon, and ways which both existing buildings and new buildings can participate in this effort.

Learning Objectives:

Join us for this evening seminar where you will learn:

  1. Review the evolution of energy code
  2. Clarify energy metrics, when and why they are used
  3. Outline regional energy and carbon goals
  4. Explore impact to new construction design process
  5. Identify options for existing building operations & capital planning

Credit: 1 AIA/HSW


Paula Zimin, Director, Sustainable Building Services – Steven Winter Associates

Kai Starn, Senior Sustainability Consultant –

When: Wednesday 5/15/2019 5:15pm – 7:00pm (presentation starts at 6:00pm)

Location: Westchester Magazine HQ, 2 Clinton Avenue, Rye, NY 10580

Registration: Contact Michael Murphy at or (914) 424-3422

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