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City to Buildings: We Want Your Carbon

"Deadlines are closer than they may appear. For co-op and condo boards that must meet the requirements of New York City’s new Local Law 97, which sets increasingly stringent goals for reducing buildings’ greenhouse-gas emissions in 2024, 2030 and beyond, the time to...

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Caton Tower Co-op Moves to Cut Carbon Emissions

"The co-op, located in the Kensington neighborhood, is installing a combined heat and power (CHP) system that will simultaneously produce electricity and hot water, saving energy and money while providing power back-up in an emergency. 'It’ll offer payback along with...

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An Electric Success Story – Habitat Magazine

Thomas Morrisson, Director of Energy Management at EN-POWER GROUP, spoke with Habitat Magazine about the benefits and challenges of residential building submetering. "...when owners start to see accurate electric bills, they start to think twice about how much they...

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NYC’s New Climate Mobilization Act

New York City recently passed the ambitious Climate Mobilization Act, a package of bills and resolutions that aims to significantly reduce the City's greenhouse gas emissions and fight against climate change. The Climate Mobilization Act includes the following local...

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There’s No Time Like Real Time

"1 Big Thing: Real Time Energy Management. Say what? Also known as RTEM, it’s at the beginning stages of becoming something every co-op and condo will want. It’s a cutting-edge technology that collects live performance data about your building’s energy systems and...

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Smart Electric Meters Are Coming

“What you need to know. Your building’s electric meter is going to get smart. … 'Oftentimes the peak demand of a co-op or multi-family building is in the evening hours,' says Thomas Morrisson, Director of Energy Management at EN-POWER Group, an energy consulting firm,...

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