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Deep in the Built Environment: What to Learn at BENYC

This is a past event
Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 9:00 am
to 10:30 am

Building Energy Exchange

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This is the full program of Deep in the Built Environment: What to Expect at BENYC

Please note this is a past event.

Over the last 40 years, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) has been bringing advanced building science seminars through their conferences called Building Energy (BE) held annually in Boston, MA. BE brought its successful technical conference model to NYC in 2013, specifically to cater to audiences in and around NYC. On October 15, NESEA brings BENYC to midtown for their 4th consecutive year, featuring experts from around the metro region presenting the newest and best information on sustainability trends.

Join BEEx and NESEA for a primer of the BENYC conference this Fall. This "teaser" session will get you a quick morning taste of the upcoming full-day conference. 

Mary Biddle, Deputy Executive Director, Northeast Sustainable Energy Association

Ken Levenson, 475 High Performance Building Supply
          Session: The Best and Brightest in Passive House Around NYC
Heather Nolen, Steven Winter Associates
          Session: Results from Rx and RCx
F.L. Andrew Padian, Padian NYC
          Session: Data not Dogma in Existing Buildings
Samantha Schoenberger, Selfhelp Community Services
          Session: Training Initiatives that Work

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