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Better Steam Heat: Upgrades & Incentives

A NYC Retrofit Accelerator, National Grid & BE-Ex forum
Thursday, Nov 16, 2017 8:30 am to Thursday, Nov 16, 2017 10:30 am

National Grid - 1 MetroTech Center #1, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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About the Event

Join the NYC Retrofit Accelerator, Building Energy Exchange, and National Grid for an educational forum on steam system solutions that reduce overheating, quiet clanging pipes, and lower operating costs. Hear from panelists who recently completed steam system upgrades, and learn about financial incentives offered to help you make these improvements.

A panel of building decision-makers and industry experts will discuss two recently completed steam heating improvement projects, and will answer questions from the audience. Panelists will discuss how they designed and implemented their scopes of work, which included cleaning and tuning boilers, balancing steam distribution vents, replacing radiator valves, and installing smart boiler controls and temperature sensors.

Representatives from National Grid, Con Edison, NYSERDA, and the NYC Retrofit Accelerator will also be on hand to discuss available resources to help building decision-makers get started with these steam system upgrades.

Mark Brescia, National Grid
Ali Levine, NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability

Michael Walfish, Building Efficiency Services
Scott Malo, Tunstall Corporation
Jeff Carleton, Heat Watch
Tyler McIntyre, Fairstead Capital

Larry Katz, Efficiency Advisor, NYC Retrofit Accelerator

Mark Brescia, National Grid
Phil Madnick, Con Edison
Dean Zias, NYSERDA

This event is being organized in partnership with the NYC Retrofit Accelerator. To register, please visit their event page here.

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