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Planning Sustainable Neighborhoods - Microgrids

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2013

This symposium spotlights research of two Cornell University graduate regional planning program that explores the potential for microgrids in NYC. The research examines the relationship between micro-scale and macro-scale infrastructure and links to issues of underground utility infrastructure.

Symposium events are open conversations among T+G members focusing on work completed under T+G and are intended to identify ways to change practice and policy based upon research results. Another objective of the conversation is to identify future research opportunities.

Sponsor: NYC Department of Design & Construction, Applied Analysis & Research Group

Date: June 18,, 8:30 - 11:00 am

Location: Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor Conference Rooms
(Go to the back of the library to the stairs leading to the Mezzanine level where you can access the staff elevator to the 6th floor

RSVP: Terri Matthews MatthewTe@ddc.nyc.gov. This event is free but you must pre-register

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