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3 Tips for Electrifying Your Co-op or Condo

Written by Tina Larsson on December 22, 2022

New York City

Shedding fossil fuels will be a key to reducing carbon emissions.

As interest rates rise, lenders are scrutinizing everything more closely.

Rash of E-Bike Fires Poses Tricky Test for Co-op and Condo Boards

Written by William D. McCracken on December 20, 2022

New York City

Some boards have rushed to ban e-bikes, while others are weighing options.  

Any compromise of the building envelope requires immediate attention. 

Smaller co-ops and condos could soon fall under energy-usage law.

Co-op and condo boards face Dec. 31 filing deadline under two local laws.

A New Tool to Help Co-ops and Condos Cut Carbon Emissions

Written by Bill Morris on December 14, 2022

New York City

This free and easy-to-use calculator will take the mystery out of Local Law 97.

Work has begun on transmission line that will bring clean power from Canada.

Bill is designed to protect apartment buyers and renters from discrimination.

Free online session will highlight technical and financial resources for boards.

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