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Coupling Clean Heat Financing Models with Energy Efficiency Retrofit Incentives

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2013

In 2011, some NYC 10,000 buildings, were still burning No. 4 and 6 heating oils, causing 85% of building soot pollution. Burning these fuels releases fine particulate matter into the air, which is small enough to enter the blood stream, causing a litany of lung and heart health risks. Since then, the Mayor’s office has created the NYC Clean Heat program, as well as NYCEEC, a non-profit financial intermediary, which lends to energy efficiency and clean heat conversion projects, and partnered with firms such as the Durst Organization, Deutsche Bank, and JP Morgan Community Chase to provide financing platforms for fuel conversion. In this meeting, we provide an update on these efforts, and examine ways that clean heat financing tools can help to catalyze more energy efficiency retrofits.

Sponsor: Agrion

Speakers: Lindsay Robbins - NYSERDA, Project Manager; Posie Constable - New York City Energy Efficiency Corp (NYCEEC), Director, Clean Heat Finance; Peter Lampen - Douglas Elliman Property Management, Vice President and Architect, Energy Initiatives; Barry Korn - Barrett Capital Corporation,Managing Director
Moderator: Laura Humphrey - ICF International, Senior Associate

Date Tuesday, June 18th, 2013, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

RSVP: For more information contact Agrion

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