At a Glance
Financial Services and Insurance
Commercial Energy Efficiency, Financial Evaluation and Planning
New York, NY
Evan Fisher found and analyzed numerous energy efficiency opportunities at the New York Stock Exchange Building to reduce emissions by over 300 metric tons annually.
Evan Fisher focused on finding energy efficiency savings for the historic landmark, the New York Stock Exchange Building, which encompasses 11 Wall Street and the Broad Street properties (excluding 20 Broad), covering approximately 400,000 square feet. The building and its associated assets are owned by NYSE Euronext.
Fisher analyzed energy efficiency opportunities at these buildings. Working hand in hand with the engineering staff and Global Real Estate team, Fisher investigated a wide range of issues.
The numerous specific energy upgrades analyzed and recommended could reduce NYSE Euronext’s carbon emissions by more than 300 metric tons and produce more than $100,000 in annual energy cost savings. In addition, certain recommended behavioral and process changes could have intangible benefits.