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Opportunity At The Grid Edge: Large Energy Consumers

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2016

Large commercial and industrial power consumers are exposed to an ever-increasing array of new opportunities and technologies at the grid edge – many of which can have a material impact on the how they manage their energy use, interact with grid services and, more broadly, conduct day-to-day business operations. The options available to customers are growing rapidly and becoming more complex. This panel will bring together experts from large energy consumers to highlight: energy management & optimization: building, facility or campus operations; corporate sustainability efforts; renewable or alternative energy sources

Sponsors: Solar 1, Urban Futures Lab, ACRE, GTM Research - Green Tech Media

Moderator: Steve Propper, Director, Grid Edge, GTM Research - Greentech Media

Speakers: Vishnu Barran, Senior Business Development Manager-ENER-G Group Inc.; Phil Skalaski, Vice President of Engineering and Energy Services - The Durst Organization; Kirby Brendsel, Associate Director of Sustainability - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.; Kylie Sale, Resource Management Specialist, Green Mission - Whole Foods Market

Date" Tuesday, March 1, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Location: Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, WYNC, 44 Charleton Street

RSVP: Eventbrite

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