Join buildee and its partners at the New York City 2030 District and the City University of New York's Building Performance Lab for an informative Webinar on Tuesday October 6th at 6:30 Eastern.
This webinar will present best practices and strategies on how to leverage Strategic Energy Retrofits to reduce energy use, increase building value, and be a steward for positive environmental change. Information on how to capture and leverage local incentives and prepare for the Climate Mobilization Act and Local Law compliance will also be presented.
buildee, the NYC 2030 District, and CUNY BPL will also be presenting case studies on the benefits of energy efficient retrofits and how to take advantage of the NYC 2030 Districts - Heat/Cool Smart Brooklyn free audit program. Benchmarking your energy use and performing an energy audit are the first steps in identifying Strategic Energy Retrofits.
The buildee platform is a data analytics and collection platform for the field and back office to rapidly identify, analyze and report on energy efficiency (water, gas and electric) in commercial buildings on an individual and portfolio basis. The platform includes a curated database of measures, utility programs, manufacturer equipment data and calculations that connect to field mobility tools that standardize and accelerate data collection, analytics, and reporting. Additionally, the platform includes an API that allows customers to connect to third party data and applications for better project analysis.
The NYC 2030 District is a private / public partnership of property owners and community stakeholders which will leverage financing, public support and collaborative action to spur sustainable innovation and progress. NYC 2030 District is established as a high-performance sustainability district in Downtown Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan. NYC 2030 District has 21 Million square feet of properties pledged to the partnership including the Brooklyn Navy Yard, The New School, Pratt Institute, Time Equities, Greenthal Management and Clinton Hill Coops.
Founded in 2006, the mission of the CUNY Institute for Urban Systems Building Performance Lab is to advance high-performance building operations and practices in existing commercial and public buildings. We focus on improving efficiency and optimizing building operations through continuing education programs for facility managers, building operators, and energy professionals, internships for CUNY students, and building systems research and development.