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How Will City Government Meet Its Energy & Carbon Reduction Goals?

Tuesday, Feb 19, 2008

With PlaNYC2030, NYC is committed to aggressive energy and carbon reduction goals. It can lead by example in its own municipal facilities with a promised annual budget allocation of $80 million, equal to 10% of the city’s total energy budget. Learn more about:
• How the City’s municipal program is being planned
• What processes are being used for project evaluation and procurement
• What technologies are under consideration

In public discussions of PlaNYC2030, reference is made to "retro-commissioning", a relatively new methodology that applies a structured and instrumented approach to O&M opportunities with dramatic documented results. Because it's new, we will consider issues of RCx integration into the process, including its impact on program outcomes, energy audit analyses and requirements for special skills, procedure, and timeframes.

Sponsor: Association of Energy Engineers, NY Chapter

Speakers: Susan Cohen-NYC Dept of Citywide Administrative Services; Mark Miller-Strategic Business Solutions LLC; Michael Bobker-CUNY Building Performance Lab

Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm (sandwiches & networking 5:30-6:00, presentations at 6:00)

Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension, 16 East 34th Street, 8th floor

Registration: $20 for chapter members, $25 for non-members. P.E.’s will earn 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) at this session

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