Wednesday March 13th, 2019
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Full video for New York Botanical Garden Sustainability Action Plan

Join BE-Ex for an educational session on long-term capital planning for energy efficiency projects at The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG). With strategic planning and innovative upgrades, NYBG has reduced energy use by 21% and emissions by 53% per area sq. ft. over the last decade, saving roughly $300,000 a year.
(Read BE-Ex’s case study to learn more.)

This special event will feature key NYBG staff involved in retrofit project planning and hands-on implementation, offering a unique opportunity for facility managers, engineers, designers, and other attendees to exchange critical lessons that enable significant emission reductions and operational savings.

A casual networking reception will follow the presentation.

 

SPEAKERS
Mark Cupkovic, VP for Site Operations & Chief Sustainability Officer, New York Botanical Garden
Emir Kajoshi, Associate VP for Engineering and Compliance, New York Botanical Garden
Helen Chananie, Projects Manager, Building Energy Exchange
Rebecca Isacowitz, Director, Energy Efficient Operations, NYC DCAS – Division of Energy Management
Ellen Zielinski, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, NYC DCAS –Division of Energy Management

MODERATOR
John Rice, Partner, AKF Group

 

This program is offered in partnership with NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services – Division of Energy Management

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