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Wednesday, Mar 20, 2013

 ASHRAE Moving Forward Event 
 
ASHRAE-NY Chapter All Day Seminar Moving Forward — NYC Policy & Trends

Topics on Trends in Standard 90.1, Energy Code, Synergies with IAQ/Energy, Mayor's Carbon Challenge, LL84 and 87, and Resiliency.

5 PDH Credits available Register here

When: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 7:30AM–5:30PM
Where: Club 101, 101 Park Avenue New York, NY
Cost: $95 Members, $125 Non-Members, $50 Students
 
Keynote Speaker
Sergej Mahnovski, Director of the Mayor's Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability

NYC Greener Greater Buildings Plan Update
Hilary Beber, Policy Advisor, Mayor's Office of Long Term Planning & Sustainability

ASHRAE 62.1 & Dedicated OA Systems
Stanley A. Mumma, Professor Emeritus of Architectural Engineering, PSU

Resiliency Update
Cecil Scheib, Director of Advocacy, UGC

Mayoral Challenge: Status of Carbon Commitments
Jenna Tatum, Mayor's Carbon Challenge Coordinator

Attend this critical full day event to gain a fresh perspective on NYC Policy & Trends from our expert speakers providing different perspectives on energy code and standard progression to the next level of efficiency, as well as current and future impacts of energy assessment & reporting local laws promulgated through the Greener, Greater Building Plan.

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