Bridging the Gap Between NYC Local Laws and Decarbonization

As we look to comply with NYC Local Law 97 (LL97), we must efficiently leverage other energy-related laws in order to make more cost-effective, timely, and holistic decisions regarding electrification and carbon reduction upgrades. Our panel will discuss the timelines of NYC laws for buildings, how they are interconnected, and how they can be leveraged. This session will focus on the Façade Inspection Safety Program (FISP, formerly LL11), LL84/133 (Energy Benchmarking), LL87 (Energy Auditing and Retro-Commissioning), LL88 (Lighting Retrofits and Sub-metering), and LL152 (Gas Piping System Inspections). Come with specific questions so we can provide advice and best practices!

Event Time: 

Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 10:30am to 11:30am

Room / Location: 

The Hub

CEU Information: 

Approved for one credit hour through AIA (LU), BOC, BPI, NARI, Phius, and RESNET.

Learning Objectives:

  • Navigate and leverage energy-related NYC local laws to maximize benefits for a range of building types.
  • Advise building decision makers on how to most cost-effectively and efficiently create energy and carbon reduction roadmaps and implement retrofits to decarbonize their facilities.
  • Facilitate and lead discussions within your own organizations regarding a variety of energy-related NYC local laws.
  • Use a solid framework to make better, more cost-effective decisions about which type of carbon reduction upgrades to implement.

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