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Building Retrofit Basics

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013 8:30 am
to Tuesday, May 21, 2013 11:00 am

Location
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, 333 Adams Street

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About the Event

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Join Con Edison and a slate of building performance experts for a presentation about the financial savings available through energy efficiency retrofits. During this program, our carefully selected specialists outlined the most effective lighting and energy system retrofits for small and medium scale commercial properties.

A host of simple energy conservation measures are available for smaller buildings with lower intensity occupancy- from basic lighting retrofits to tuning of HVAC systems to training of personnel. Discover the right solutions for your particular property or project and the financial incentives available to undertake them.

Schedule:
9:00 am - Welcome / Introductory Remarks
               David Pospisil, Con Edison
9:05 am - NYC Energy Code and Greener, Greater Buildings Plan Legislation
               Yetsuh Frank, Green Light New York
9:25 am - Commercial HVAC Retrofits
               Saverio Grosso, Eneractive Solutions
9:55 am - Commercial Lighting Retrofits
               Charles Cameron, Studio C Squared Lighting Design
10:25 am - Retrofit Incentive Programs
                Lauren Morin, Lockheed Martin
10:45am - Closing Remarks
                David Pospisil, Con Edison

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This forum provides 2.0 AIA CEU credits. Coffee and light refreshments will be served.


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