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Not Your Grandma’s Infrastructure: The Urban Energy Revolution

Friday, Sep 28, 2012

It's time to leave the 20th Century behind and accelerate into an era when cities rely on decentralized systems of heat and power, which have smaller carbon footprints and more reliability than ever before. Explore the emerging solutions — combined heat and power and microgrids — for keeping our cities plugged in, thriving and secure. Energy systems experts and visionaries, NYC government leaders, and boots-on-the-ground practitioners from real estate, utility, law, engineering and finance will make this conference the place to get informed and energized.

Sponsors: Sallan Foundation; New York League of Conservation Voters; NYU-Poly ACRE; Pace Energy & Climate Center; New York Energy Consumers Council and the New York Institute of Technology

8:45–9:00 Greetings
Nada Anid, Dean, NYIT and Nancy Anderson, Executive Director, Sallan Foundation

9:00–9:50 Keynoters Dialog
Moderator: Tom Bourgeois, Deputy Director, Pace Energy & Environment Center
Keynoters: Steve Hammer, Lecturer, Department of Urban Studies & Planning at MIT and Sergej Mahnovski, Director, Energy Policy, NYC Mayor's Office

10:00–11:00 Boots-on-the-Ground: CHP and Microgrids In NYC
Moderator: David Bomke, President, New York Energy Consumers Council
Speakers: Guy Warner, Founder and CEO, Pareto Energy; Sukanyia Paciorek, VP for Sustainability, Vornado Realty Trust; Alexander Lowenstein, Resource Manager, Living City Block Brooklyn Gowanus;

11:00–12:00 Key Regulatory, Financial & Technical Issues
Moderator: Vignish Gowrishankar, NRDC
Speakers: Margarett Jolly, Distributed Generation Manger, Con Edison; John Harris, Partner, Harris & Beach, PLLC; Kristin Barbato, Director of Business Development, Veolia Energy SourceOne; Sam Wolfe, Managing Director, Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Viridity Energy

Date: Friday September 28, 8:30–noon
Location: New York Institute of Technology, 16 West 61 Street, 11th Floor

RSVP: REGISTER NOW This conference is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

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