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27 May 2020
 
 
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DON'T MISS THE POWER EVENT OF THE YEAR

What does the closing of Indian Point nuclear facility mean for our grid? And what are the implications of the stringent carbon caps set by Local Law 97? As owners, operators and designers map out energy retrofits, they now have a critical stake in when and how renewables get to NYC.

Join us for our online conference, Unlocking the Grid: Getting Renewables to NYC, on June 17 to explore how we can deliver more renewable energy to meet these challenges. Expert panelists will discuss active large-scale renewable projects, how to transmit this energy to NYC, and what buildings must do to adapt to a greener grid. Don't miss the power event of the year—register today!

Interested in sharing your message with industry leaders and experts at this interactive event? Learn more about conference sponsorship opportunities here.


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URBAN GREEN LIVE: DAVINA ROONEY

5/27

4:00pm - 5:00pm
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Last chance! Join CEO John Mandyck and Green Building Council of Australia CEO Davina Rooney as they discuss global sustainability trends.

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EP HAPPY HOUR

5/28

6:00pm - 7:30am
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Join Urban Green's Emerging Professionals for our second virtual happy hour. Catch up with friends and colleagues over drinks in your own home!

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Crushing the NYC Code: Commercial

6/15

9:00am - 5:00pm
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Get up to speed on the new 2020 NYC energy code at this engaging day-long online training, designed for commercial building professionals. Approved for 7 CEUs.

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2020 Conference

6/17

9:00am - 1:00pm
Online

Join us for our annual conference, Unlocking the Grid: Getting Renewables to NYC. Thank you to Carrier for helping to making this event possible.

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LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING GREEN

With new building codes and regulations going into effect during these uncertain economic times, understanding the nuts and bolts of building sustainability has never been more important. How can we make our buildings more sustainable while cutting costs and improving tenant comfort?

Learn the answers to these questions and more on June 4 in GPRO Fundamentals of Building Green. This half-day online course is suitable for any professional who needs to know the basics of building efficiency, and offers 4 AIA/GBCI credits!


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GREEN CREDENTIALING

Are you overwhelmed by the seemingly endless green credentialing options?

Join Urban Green’s Emerging Professionals for our latest professional development event on June 23. Green credentialing experts will discuss the various uses and advantages of popular credentials, including LEED, WELL, CPHC and more!


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TODAY: GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY TRENDS

Cities around the world are aiming to cut carbon from buildings. As we begin this massive transformation in NYC, we look to our global peers to share innovative ideas and solutions.

This afternoon at 4pm EST, join us for Episode 3 of Urban Green Live featuring Davina Rooney, CEO of the Green Building Council of Australia. Rooney and Urban Green CEO John Mandyck will discuss global sustainability trends, including embodied carbon and the World Green Building Council's Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.


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