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Legally Green

Thursday, Dec 3, 2009

SAVE THE DATE Thursday, December 3, 2009, 8:30-11:30

The Greener, Greater Buildings Plan for Energy Savings is now before the City Council. It’s likely to be enacted by the end of 2009. Join us at the Sustainability Shoptalk Series and find out: what the City’s plan requires; how to benchmark a building’s energy performance; what kinds of retrofits yield the greatest savings; what options for lighting upgrades make the most sense; sources of financing for energy retrofits; and how retrofits can lower energy costs and enhance portfolio returns.

Sponsors: The Newman Real Estate Institute, Baruch College CUNY and the Sallan Foundation

Participants: Rohit T. Aggarwala Director of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability City of New York Mayor's Office of Operations; Dr. Nancy E. Anderson, Executive Director,The Sallan Foundation; Kenneth M. Block, Esq., Partner, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP; Michael Bobker, Director, Building Performance Lab CUNY Institute for Urban Systems; Alice Cook, Director of Sustainability, Time Equities, Inc.; Theddi Wright Chappell, Managing Director, Sustainability Practice valulation SErvices, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.; .Adam Hinge,Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Partnerships; Ariella Maron, Deputy Commissioner of Energy Management, Department of Citywide Administrative Services; Paul Rode, Business Development Director, Johnson Controls Inc.; Bruce S. Schlein, Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Citigroup; Mayur V. Subbarao, Esq., Executive Vice President, Sustainable Profitability Group

Location: William & Anita Newman Conference Center, Room 750, 151 East 25th Street

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