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High Performance Buildings

NYC High Performance Buildings (1 of 4)

Wednesday, Jun 8, 2005

Sponsored by: Municipal Arts Society, the Sallan Foundation, & AIA-NY-COTE
Kate Ascher, Executive Vice President for Infrastructure, New York City Economic Development Corporation and Ariella Rosenberg, Senior Project Manager, New York City Economic Development Corporation will make a featured presentation about sustainable development and infrastructure implications of the 2004 "New York City Energy Policy" report. The potential contribution that high performance buildings could make in meeting the report's stated goal of creating 2,600 megawatts of new electricity resources by 2008 will be explored.

The Municipal Art Society in collaboration with the Sallan Foundation, Inc. and the New York AIA Committee on the Environment will present this free event. Architects can obtain CEU credits.

This is the first of a series of events addressing High Performance Buildings in New York City. Look for upcoming panels with developers, architects, and policy makers.

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