In our blog, “Our Perspective” we explore topics critical to sustainability and climate change. Our mission is to shed light on the industry and streamline the process of making NYC buildings, communities, businesses, and organizations more resilient.
18 March 2020
These are unusual and trying times. COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”) pandemic first appeared in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Since then, approximately 3,990 individuals have died as a result of the virus and over 113,766 people have been infected worldwide. According to the New York Times, “Deaths…
18 March 2020
We are happy to share that Fatou Jabbie, CEO, has recently become an instructor for Urban Green Council’s Conquer the Energy Code!
New York State’s new Energy Conservation Code is undeniably complex, with more stringent processes than previous iterations. The ultimate goal of…
9 March 2015
USL Technology announced today that it has achieved Energy Management Suite Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) status from Cisco®. This designation recognizes USL Technology as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy, and support Cisco® Energy Management as a Service offering.
For the past seven years, EDF Climate Corps fellows have delivered incredible results: $1.4 billion in energy savings identified since 2008.Since I started working at EDF over two years ago, I’ve always known that to be true.
Current Sustainability Management student Fatou Jabbie presents the mid-semester findings for the “Design Self-Sustaining Business Model for Innovation Africa” workshop team. (Photo: Alan Burchell)
Jabbie founded USL Technology, a sustainability engineering firm, five years ago to help architects and developers build more sustainable infrastructure in New York City.
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If there is a glass ceiling in Fatou Jabbie’s way, you can bet that she is going to shatter it — but not until she has made it more efficient.
The latest edition of our Women in Sustainability (WISE) series, “WISE Tackles the Climate Mobilization Act”, occurred on Thursday evening, October 10.