Hosted by USL Technology, this event on Tuesday, July 27th, at 12/noon ET will focus on challenges of balancing indoor environmental quality and energy efficiency, in the context of meeting NYC local energy law requirements.
Climate change will have significant impacts on indoor cooling needs in New York City, while minorities and communities of color will experience disproportionate health and economic effects. With the majority of our time spent indoors, USL Technology Inc. will be hosting an event to address the intersection of energy, indoor air quality, air pollution, carbon emissions, and equity in buildings that are in communities of color. Exploring this interconnectedness strives for a cost-effective and self-sustaining deeper energy retrofit, carbon footprint, and emission reduction for both tenant and landlord over time.
Subsequently, COVID-19 has highlighted the continued importance of indoor environmental quality. Now, in the “new normal” post COVID, we must solve for both indoor environmental quality and energy efficiency. Given the health, economic, and climate crises we face, it would be irresponsible not to do so. But how do we solve these seemingly contradictory goals of better indoor air quality and more energy efficiency?
Join us to learn about how to empower both businesses and the community by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving quality of life.
- Michael Partis, Executive Director of the Bronx Cooperative Development Initiative
- Jasmine Graham, Energy Justice Policy Manager at WE ACT
- Fatou Jabbie, USL Technology CEO/Founder
- Anurag Goel, Director of Sales & Application Engineering at enVerid Systems