Decarbonizing NYC: A Guide for Industrial &Manufacturing Buildings on LL97Webinar for Buildings 25,000 sqft. or Larger

Do you own a building larger than 25,000 square feet? Learn how to avoid steep energy usage fines at the NYC Accelerator webinar on 7/18. Join NYC Accelerator for an insightful webinar on the future of decarbonizing industrial and manufacturing buildings in New York City. As part of NYC Accelerator’s commitment to sustainability and innovation, they are excited to present Decarbonizing NYC: A Guide for Industrial and Manufacturing Buildings on LL97 Compliance. 

Their expert panelists will delve into key topics, providing an overview of Local Law 97 and its implications for industrial and manufacturing buildings. They will discuss applying for carbon emissions limit adjustments, explain the credits available for electrification projects, and guide attendees on developing a comprehensive decarbonization plan. The session will also explore the good faith effort provisions and their benefits. 

Additionally, NYSERDA will present the FlexTech Cost-Share Program, which covers 50% of the cost for an energy study for industrial buildings, such as a LL97 Compliance Assessment, Decarbonization Plan, or LL87 Audit, and provides 75% cost coverage for industrial buildings located within Disadvantaged Communities. NYC Accelerator will offer insights into the types of buildings they support, the available resources, and incentives to help buildings comply with LL97, with tailored information specifically for industrial buildings. 


  • Katherine Willis, NYC Accelerator 
  • Holly Savoia, NYC Department of Buildings 
  • Maria Cangiano, NYSERDA 

Whether you’re an industrial building owner, manager, or manufacturing industry professional, this event offers valuable insights and resources to help you navigate the complexities of LL97 compliance and contribute to a more sustainable future for New York City. 

Register now!

July 18, 2024
10:00 am – 11:00 am


If you have any questions please contact Leah Archibald.

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