Buildings are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in New York State. Decarbonizing the building sector will be an essential
Buildings are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in New York State. Decarbonizing the building sector will be an essential element in tackling the climate crisis. With 6.2 million buildings across the state, New York can serve as a global example of how to accelerate this shift across a wide variety of buildings.
Join us next Wednesday, September 21, 2022 from 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for “Efficiency + Electrification + Affordability: The Recipe for Equitable, Climate-friendly Buildings” as part of Climate Week NYC. Register here!
Our expert panel will discuss the menu of solutions, policies, and current efforts for fully leveraging the environmental, equity, and economic opportunities presented by a carbon-free, resource-efficient building sector.
The event will include a welcome address from Anne Reynolds, Executive Director of Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY) and a keynote address by Rory Christian, Commissioner at New York State Public Service Commission. Chante Harris, Director of Climate Investment and Partnerships at SecondMuse and founder of Women of Color Collective in Sustainability will then lead a panel discussion with experts, Sadie McKeown, President of the Community Preservation Corporation, Greg Elcock, VP of Energy Efficiency and Distributed Resource Integration at Con Edison, and Bomee Jung, Co-CEO of Cadence OneFive.
Hosted by: Alliance for Clean Energy New York, Association for Energy Affordability, E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs), Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Natural Resources Defense Council, New Yorkers for Clean Power, and Urban Future Lab.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
New Yorkers for Clean Powerinfo@nyforcleanpower.org