About the Course
NYC Energy Conservation Code & Forward Looking Energy Conservation Measures (manual and online resource included)
NYC desires to improve efficiency and information transparency in mid-sized buildings and non-residential spaces. The City Council and the Mayor worked together to introduce a series of bills which will require mid-sized buildings (25,000 sq. ft. and up) to upgrade their lighting systems, sub-meter their commercial tenant spaces, and benchmark their annual energy use. The City will also require retro-commissioning (tuning-up of all building systems).
Additions, Revisions and Deletions to the NYC Energy Conservation Code
Local Law 91 and its impact on capital projects
Forward looking Energy Conservation Measures
Tie in with Local Law 86, Impact on Capital Projects
Impact on buildings with 25,000 to 49,999 sf new, Local Law 84: Energy Audits and Retro Commissioning
Most Pressing Immediate Actions
The City's Call for increased participation of MWBEs
L. Charlie Oliver, Founder and Chair, Green Building Worldwide & Equitable Infrastructure Group
L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group|Partners and Chair of Green Building Worldwide, leads the strategic movement. Charlie is a recurring speaker before the World Economic Forum, the Global Power and Energy BlockChain Conference, and the Equity Forum.