Turning Data Into Action
Thursday, Oct 15, 2015
Building owners and decision-makers of New York City's largest buildings now have a wealth of data to understand their energy consumption and prioritize investments in new equipment and maintenance. While many building owners are undertaking efficiency measures as a result of this information, they are still facing a range of obstacles to pursue building upgrades, such as limited capital, difficulties navigating financing and incentive programs, and the complexities of undertaking energy efficiency upgrades.
This panel will outline how benchmarking and audit data collected by the City is being used to develop programs and tools to help building owners and decision-makers overcome these barriers and accelerate investments in energy efficiency.
Sponsors: Building Energy Exchange, NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability, NESEA & the Natural Resources Defense Council
Speakers: Laurie Kerr, Director of Policy - Urban Green Council; Jenna Tatum, Senior Policy Advisor - NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability; & Richard Yancey, Executive Director - Building Energy Exchange
Date: Thursday, October 15, 3:30 - 5 pm
Location: Building Energy Conference, TKP Center, 109 West 39 Street, MAP