NYC 80x50 Study Wins Engineering Award
Code Green News

twg-report-coverThe city-wide study to identify cost-effective ways to reduce New York City's carbon footprint by 80% by 2050, known as the "One City Built to Last: Technical Working Group Report" was awarded a Platinum Award in the category of Studies, Research, and Consulting Engineering Services from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York. CodeGreen applied our experience from benchmarking over 30% of the commercial property in New York City for Local Law 84 and over 80 million square feet of energy audits.  We contributed to this study with our analysis of data from energy audits and retro-commissioning studies of over 3,000 properties and energy benchmark data from over 30,000 submissions over the past 3 years in New York City. CodeGreen was part of the project team led by HDR and including Terrapin Bright Green, Accucost, CSA and Jon Dickinson. We are proud to be a part of this ground-breaking and award-winning study. See here for the complete list of winners. See HERE for the complete TWG Report.