Vice President: Bomee JungThe Energy and Sustainability Department stewards NYCHA's comprehensive Sustainability Agenda to reduce NYCHA’s energy and resource consumption and carbon footprint, improve resident health and wellbeing, and create environmentally friendly developments for NYCHA’s residents and the surrounding communities.
Director: Shibu Mammen
Building on a 20-year track record of successful energy efficiency initiatives, the Energy Programs team oversees more than $300 million in energy efficiency construction projects, including NYCHA's HUD Energy Performance Contracting program (EPC), the largest in the country, and NYCHA's participation in the New York State Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). The Energy Programs team also provides technical support to the Heating Management Department, focusing on performance metrics and automation management.
Director: Vlada Kenniff
The Sustainability Programs team designs and manages sustainability initiatives in areas ranging from water conservation, stormwater management, and waste reduction to renewables and resident-led programs. The team works in close partnerships with NYCHA departments, as well as New York City and State sister agencies.
NYCHA provides public access to energy consumption and cost data for all developments, and encourages prospective vendors and researches alike to perform independent analysis. Recent data not yet available on NYC Open Data may be requested directly - please check NYC Open Data first.
Vendors, contractors, and consultants interested in providing goods and/or services to NYCHA for energy and sustainability programs are encouraged to review the information about doing business with NYCHA and to register in iSupplier.
Energy Performance Contracting Program: Contractors and suppliers interested in NYCHA EPCs may request information directly from the implementing Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).
Pilot Project Proposals: NYCHA has partnered with the Mayor's Office of Technology and Innovation (MOTI) to solicit pilot projects transparently through New York City's Call for Innovations (CFI) program. New NYCHA CFI challenges are issued annually. Approval of a pilot installation does not commit NYCHA to purchase the proposed solution.
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