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Heating Oil Conversion Seminar: Complying With New Standards

Wednesday, Jul 13, 2011

This seminar will provide information to building owners and managers looking to convert their heating oil systems to cleaner burning fuels. In particular, those looking to comply with the Department of Environmental Protection's rule change requiring systems burning #6 oil to change to #4, #2, or natural gas.

Sponsor: The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY)

Topics covered will include:
• Discuss the City’s Clean Heat Initiative and how the City will participate in the heating oil conversion process
• Review how to comply with the new DEP rule
• Discuss process for filing an application
• Explain the hardship criteria and exemptions
• Discuss how building owners can convert to natural gas and if you are eligible to access the natural gas infrastructure
• Review some of the costs (labor and materials) to consider when making a conversion
• Learn about incentive programs for funding of conversions
• Learn about finance options available to building owners and managers for conversions

Speakers:
• Steven Caputo, Mayor’s Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability
• Gerry Kelpin and Alyssa Preston, Department of Environmental Protection
• Joseph McGowan, Con Edison
• Luke Falk, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
• Mary Barber, Environmental Defense Fund
• Robert Daly, Department of Buildings
• William Hayes, MPN Boilers
• Representative from National Grid

Date: Wednesday, July 13th, 1:00 - 5:00 pm

Location:: Real Estate Board of New York, Mendik Room, 570 Lexington Ave @ 51st St


RSVP: REBNY. $20 for REBNY members, $25 for non-REBNY members

QUESTIONS: Contact ameyerson@rebny.com or 212-616-5214

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