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Big Buildings + Big Data = Big Savings in NYC

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Friday, Nov 20, 2015 8:00 am
to Friday, Nov 20, 2015 9:30 am

Location
Washington Convention Center

About the Event

Join Building Energy Exchange, Bright Power, and Sustainable Energy Partnerships for their Greenbuild presentation on Retrofitting Affordability - a report that uses newly available energy data in the New York City multifamily building sector to classify which buildings and energy efficiency retrofit measures have the greatest potential for carbon reduction, and how these benefits relate to affordability and the City’s climate action plan. 

The authors and key players in the city's climate action plan will discuss the broader context of early NYC efforts requiring buildings to benchmark and audit their energy systems, provide an overview of the findings, and outline how this analysis can provide a road map for accelerating retrofits. 

PRESENTERS
Adam Hinge, Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Partnerships
John Lee, Deputy Director for Green Building and Energy Efficiency, NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability
Jeff Perlman, CEO, Bright Power
Richard Yancey, Executive Director, Building Energy Exchange

ABOUT GREENBUILD
Greenbuild is a premier conference and expo on sustainable building, featuring three days of high-level speakers, networking opportunities, showcases, workshops and tours in Washington DC. 

REGISTRATION
Visit Greenbuild's website for more information on the conference's sessions and registration. 

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