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Building Energy NYC

Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013

The building, sustainability, and resilience sectors will come together at the second annual BuildingEnergy NYC (BE NYC). BE NYC features dozens of local experts and building owners presenting accredited educational sessions, as well as a high-level trade show and a wide range of networking opportunities with the hundreds of owners, managers, architects, engineers, designers, developers, planners and policymakers who will be creating the future of our built environment.

Sponsors: Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), NESEA New York chapter, & GreenHomeNYC

Speakers: Steven Winter, Steven Winter Associates; Steve Bluestone, The Bluestone Organization; Pat Logan, Enterprise Community Partners;Christopher Diamond, NYCEEC; Jesse Elton, LISC; Sadie McKeown; Dr. Richard Perez, SUNY Albany; Lindsay Robbins, NYSERDA; John Skipper, Con Edison (partial list)

Date: Tuesday, October 15 & Wednesday, October 16

Location: Marriott Marquis, Times Square

Information and Registration: NESEA

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