What Carbon Taxes Mean for Commercial Buildings
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Amidst growing concerns about climate change, government officials are looking to regulate and reduce carbon emissions. And with buildings accounting for roughly 29 percent (1.9 billion tons of CO2!) of all U.S.greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, legislators are honing in on commercial buildings.
New York City recently passed Local Law 97, and Washington D.C. passed Clean Energy DC – the first laws to regulate building emissions with penalties for exceeding emissions caps. But they are only the beginning.
What can you do to prepare for the coming regulations?
Register for our webinar to:
- Understand what Local Law 97 and D.C. Clean Energy are and how they impact your building(s) – regardless of where they are in the country
- Evaluate and implement building energy efficiency strategies building energy efficiency and avoid penalties
- Understand the importance of glazing in building energy efficiency