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Financing Energy Efficiency In Multifamily & Commercial Buildings

Wednesday, Oct 27, 2010

Can market-rate multifamily and small commercial buildings finance energy efficiency improvements? Hear what building owners and a panel of experts have to say. Learn about financing solutions from the perspective and offerings of the New York City and New York State, traditional banks and leaders in energy efficiency of multifamily and commercial buildings.

Sponsors: Manhattan Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with NYU-Poly's ACRE program & Women in Housing and Finance

Speakers:
Michael Colgrove, CEM, Director of Energy Programs, NYC Office, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

David Hepinstall, Executive Director, Association for Energy Affordability; Kate Shackford, Executive Vice President, Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation

Gardner Semet, Executive Vice President & Director of Commercial Real Estate, Amalgamated Bank

John Slattery, Treasurer, East 97 Street Multifamily Cooperative; & Herbert Sedler, Chairman and Founder, Paper Enterprises

Moderator: Valerie Corbett, President, Intelligreen Partners, LLC

Date: Wednesday, October 27, 8:30-10:00 am

Location: Con Edison 4 Irving Place, 19th Floor Edison Room

RSVP: Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

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