News and Events:
BuildingEnergy NYC 2019
Now in its seventh year, BuildingEnergy NYC is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. The event brings together hundreds of professionals from across the industry to learn from and network with one another.
The Northeast Sustainable Energy Associations’ (NESEA) BuildingEnergy NYC 2019 is a great showcase for solutions building electricifcation throughout the design and construction process of builidng. For those of you who have attended our session: Tools for Electrification: EVs, Demand Response, Complete Air Barriers, and DHW, or met us at our booth, we thank you for your attendance. If you missed our session, you can view our resources below, or contact us to learn more about creating a more sustainable future for NYC.
Designers of a high-rise condo in New York City’s Midtown area in need of a maintenance-free, NSF/ANSI 61-rated water filter.
The Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech sought to attain net-zero energy efficiency and LEED Platinum status.
Controlling Legionella In Cooling Towers And Condenser Water Systems. Legionella can be controlled in cooling towers and condenser water systems with four steps to reduce bacterial growth and improve the safety of building occupants. No building should make people sick; however, due to poor planning, the water in cooling towers…
Fighting MRSA infections in hospitals starts with preventing the bacteria from spreading in the first place with Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) air-cleaning technology. Hospitals are increasingly challenged by rising patient infection rates, especially from hospital-acquired infections / healthcare associated infections (HAIs), such as…
Heat-pump water heaters offer commercial and high-rise residential buildings in New York City an energy-efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly means of heating domestic water. Conventional Water-Heating Systems are Inefficient. Heating water in New York City’s buildings can be expensive and harmful to the environment, especially if fossil-fuel…