Wed, May 04|
Building Energy Exchange
A Whole Life Approach to Local Law 97
The historic CLCPA and LL97 climate laws put NYS and NYC at the forefront of the building decarbonization industry and circularity potential.
Time & Location
May 04, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St #609, New York, NY 10007, USA
About the event
The historic CLCPA and LL97 climate laws put NYS and NYC at the forefront of the building decarbonization industry, and as actors across the building and construction industry ramp up to reach compliance goals, it is crucial to understand what is needed to adopt circular economy practices as part of the transition. Both the City of New York and the building industry must now take a whole life approach – one that reduces the energy a building uses daily as well as targets carbon emitted throughout its construction.
Through a series of presentations, the experts will present their perspectives on topics such as how to overcome the barriers and opportunities of taking a whole life approach to Local Law 97 and strategies to maximize the benefits while minimizing costs, while supporting economic development and innovation. Take the opportunity to meet with peers and join us for an inspirational session, where leading experts present their perspectives. This event is part of Circular City Week New York 2022.
- Welcome by Danish Cleantech Hub
- Introductory remarks by Richard Yancey, Founding Executive Director, Building Energy Exchange
- Increased recyclability and reuse through circular construction, Charlotte Gjedde, Head of Partnerships, State of Green
- Design for disassembly, Todd Kimmel, Regional Architectural Manager – New York City, ROCKWOOL
- Architectural integrity and fully recycle solutions, Anders Smith, CEO, SolarLab
- Achieving zero waste at recycling facilities, William Cooper, Director of Business Development, Cooper Recycling
- End of program and networking
Please also be aware that the venue protocol includes:
- Registration is required to take part in this event
- COVID-19 vaccination and recommended booster dose(s) are required
- Masks are optional