The Cooperator Events presents: Local Law 97 - What Your Board Must Know about Benchmarking, Saving on Energy & Avoiding Penalties A Virtual Town Hall Sponsored by: The Cotocon Group

The Cooperator Events presents: Local Law 97 - What Your Board Must Know about Benchmarking, Saving on Energy & Avoiding Penalties

The Cooperator Events Presents a Virtual Town Hall: Local Law 97 - What Your Board Must Know about Benchmarking, Saving on Energy & Avoiding Penalties

Sponsored by: The Cotocon Group

Thursday March 16, 2023 at 11:00AM EST

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Over the years, successive Local Laws have been rolled out in NYC aimed at reducing carbon emissions and improving sustainability in the built environment - including residential co-op and condo buildings. Most recently, Local Law 97 requires boards to assess their communities’ energy usage, and often take on major capital projects to improve performance and stay compliant. The process can be confusing, disruptive, and expensive - but there’s help! Join this panel of energy experts to learn how to navigate the assessment process, understand the value of green building certification, and how your building can not only get compliant with LL97, but also save serious money on energy.

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