02 July 2022 15:49
New York City Mayor Ericks Adam and City Council member will consider an initiative to eliminate city landlords from the past on incentives for considering renewable energy inputs (renewable energy credits – RECs) in housing infrastructure.
This law, dated 2019, encouraged landlords to buy energy-saving light bulbs, refuse heating with fuel oil, coal, wood and other materials / substances with a large release of harmful substances into emissions.
If landlords get out of the REC conditions, they will receive exemption from punishment and other punishments during the cold period of time. Experts are predicting a very difficult winter for New York with abnormally high gas and energy prices. As a result, many landlords can switch to fuel oil (fuel oil), propane (propane), liquefied natural gas (LPG).
Curiously, almost 20% of buildings in New York have a high firewood/charcoal load on fighters. However, if necessary, a few days to prepare them for operation. The stokers in the basement will throw wood/coal into the stove, and the stove will heat the cauldrons (boilers) that will make the hot water circulate in the radiators. It is likely that this method of space heating has already been tested in the winter of 2022/2023.
Adams also promises to consider helping the poor and the elderly with occasional bills from Con Edison and the National Grid. These energy monopolists plan to raise energy and gas prices in the very near future. Both companies are rising strongly from world oil prices, which this year reached $130 a barrel.