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Government/Policy Archives - CREtech Climate

daryn October 18, 2023

Governor Kathy Hochul announced the launch of the $10 million Empire Technology Prize, a competitive opportunity for global solution providers focused on advancing building technologies for low carbon heating system retrofits in tall commercial and multifamily buildings in New York State.

daryn October 11, 2023

Thousands of companies doing business in California will be required to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years under a new law Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed Saturday.

daryn September 27, 2023

‘Buy Clean Concrete’ Represents a Monumental Step in New York State’s Commitment to Environmental Sustainability

daryn September 06, 2023

The state of California has recently adopted changes to its building code that will limit embodied carbon emissions in commercial and school buildings.

daryn August 23, 2023

Heat waves this summer are pushing Tokyo’s power grid near the limit. The city of 14 million has mandated installing solar panels on new single-family homes to get some breathing room—even if it has to buy most of the panels from China.

daryn August 23, 2023

The Inflation Reduction Act, signed into law by President Joe Biden in August 2022, has allocated $400 billion in federal dollars for clean energy projects as the United States aims for up to a 40% reduction in economy-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

daryn May 10, 2023

Analyzing the Nitty-Gritty: Under this law, gas use in new construction starting in 2026 for buildings under seven stories and in 2029 for larger buildings, will be banned. This raises the bar materially for most new buildings, although there are exemptions for commercial and industrial facilities. Buildings account for nearly a third of New York state's...

daryn May 03, 2023

Unraveling The Intrigue: The US DOE's $250m funding aimed at accelerating electric heat pump manufacturing in America forms part of the Inflation Reduction Act. Some of this funding's goals include creating manufacturing jobs, helping families save money on their energy bills, and building a clean energy economy. The funding is the first from the DOE's ne...

daryn February 22, 2023

One Vanderbilt, in the heart of New York City, is built to be especially climate friendly. But the design landscape and city rules have changed quickly.

  • With the impending Local Law 97 set to come into force in 2024, owner/operators, developers, and other real estate ind...
daryn February 08, 2023

As the EU aims for climate neutrality by 2050, key industries such as the manufacturing of wind turbines, solar panels, and battery-electric vehicles must be ready to supply the necessary technologies to decarbonise the economy.