The NYC Accelerator has relaunched its program after a suspension in services due to COVID-19. We provide free, personalized guidance to make cost-saving, energy-efficiency upgrades and reduce carbon emissions in New York City. Contact us today.
We are here to help you increase comfort and control costs in your building, while promoting occupant health and safety and fighting climate change. We will support you as you plan to meet New York City's greenhouse gas intensity targets based on Local Law 97 (LL97) and the Climate Mobilization Act.
Plan, finance, and complete building energy efficiency and renewable energy projects
Find experienced and qualified contractors in your area
Assist building owners and operators to meet LL97 targets and other NYC laws
Find incentive awards from local utilities and New York State to help you save costs
Join an online training to improve your skills or learn something new
Prepare for the future by building your next project to a High Performance standard
Finance up to 100% of project costs, reduce operating expenses, and bring your building into compliance with NYC Local Law 97 using Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE). PACE provides long-term financing and payments are made directly through the building’s property tax bill.
Learn more about PACE benefits, review eligibility criteria, and find a prequalified PACE lender.
The LL97 Carbon Emissions Calculator estimates a building's carbon budget as prescribed in NYC Local Law 97.
Input annual utility information and building characteristics to generate emissions thresholds and resulting estimated penalties for three major penalty periods (2024-2029, 2030-2034, and 2035 and later).
Learn more about LL33, and to access resources for owners and tenants.
Explore hundreds of free, online training sessions offered by one of our educational partners
One stop shop for assistance with sustainability laws, training and resources
Sign up for an upcoming training provided by the Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex)
See how industry leaders have committed to reduce their emissions
Find information, analysis, and guides on making New York City more sustainable
Learn about rules and guidance from the NYC Department of Buildings