The NYC Department of Buildings just released the much-anticipated Proposed Rules for Local Law 97. The comprehensive package refines many of the law’s details on carbon accounting and compliance requirements through 2050. Once finalized, these rules will shape the law for the decades ahead. Join us on November 1 at 10 a.m. for a special webinar with the Department of Buildings to sift through the details and unpack the technical guidance, including: New property types and GHG limits; 2030 carbon coefficients for all fuel types, including electricity; Limitation on deductions for renewable energy credits to electricity use; Many other technical details like calculations for solar, storage, cogen, campus properties and time-of-use electricity; and How to submit comments on the Proposed Rules. These proposed rules are the result of significant work from DOB’s newly-created Bureau of Sustainability, along with partner agencies, the Local Law 97 Advisory Board and Working Groups. Register now to join us and hear directly from the Department on what’s new and what it means for Local Law 97. And make sure to read our blog on the five things to know about the proposed rules.