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Deep Retrofits In Multi-Family Buildings

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

A deep energy retrofit may seem daunting due to its required capital investment + time. Yet, a holistic, integrated retrofit plan is the key to better building performance + major energy savings. Buildings can also use the retrofit as an opportunity to improve resiliency to extreme weather events by adopting on-site energy generation systems.

Sponsors: Building Energy Exchange. This program is a part of "Celebrate NYC", an exhibit showcasing energy efficient building renovations + retrofits across the city, soon to be on display at the Building Energy Exchange. "Celebrate NYC" is made possible by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability.

Speakers: Michael Scorrano, PE, Managing Director - EN-POWER GROUP; Greg Carlson, Property Manager - Fairview Owners Corp.; Dean Zias, Project Manager - NYSERDA + Jeffrey Glick, VP of Sales - Tecogen

Moderator: Elizabeth Engoren, EN-POWER GROUP

Date: Tuesday, May 8, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Location: Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street, Room 609

RSVP: BEEx

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