04 Apr – Deep Energy Retrofit at Clinton Hill Co-op

As fans of March Madness basketball know, a full-court press by the defense can turn into a devastating offensive weapon. In its effort to defend against high energy costs, the massive Clinton Hill Cooperative has mounted its own full-court press – a deep retrofit of its buildings’ systems. The goal is...

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02 Feb – Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the Winter?

  A New York City apartment can feel downright tropical when it’s cold outside. But there are ways to cool it down. Q: My apartment in a 14-story co-op in Long Island City, Queens, is consistently overheated. I have complained several times to management, as have others....

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31 May – How Greener, Greater Building Tech is Powering NYC

  According to the City’s Roadmap to 80x50, more than two-thirds of the City’s greenhouse gases came from the City’s buildings in 2014. Ninety percent of the City’s current building stock will still exist in 2050. Thus, reaching the City’s “80x50” goal will require taking steps...

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24 May – The Week Ahead in New York Politics, May 21

  “How Greener, Greater Building Tech is Powering NYC,” hosted by Capalino+Company. Opening remarks will be given by Zach Aarons, Co-Founder and Advisor, MetaProp NYC, on investing in green building tech. A panel discussion will follow including City Council Member Costa Constantinides, Tucker Reed of Totem,...

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