10 Aug '17, 7pm

PHIUS+ certification qualifies for @NYSERDA incentives. Apply to their multifamily program:

The RetrofitNY program is meant to accelerate deep energy retrofits of New York State's existing building stock, starting with multifamily affordable housing projects. Photo: Jim.henderson. License: Public domain. The goal of RetrofitNY is to transform the state’s building industry over the next decade by driving the development of scalable solutions for deep energy retrofits of large residential buildings. It’s an initiative of New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Multifamily Performance Program . RetrofitNY is part of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s energy plan, “Reforming the Energy Vision ,” which includes an effort to perform deep energy retrofits on 100,000 affordable housing units by 2025. The core of the initiative is an ongoing design-build competition—starting in August 2017—for affordable, replicable retrofit solutions that are able to re...

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