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Smaller Carbon Footprints From A Big Garden

Sunday, Nov 11, 2018

Get an in-depth look at how the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) has cut carbon emissions by 50% per visitor since 2005, while almost doubling the size of their facilities. By integrating energy efficiency into long-term capital planning and piloting the use of cutting-edge technologies, NYBG has also reduced energy use by more than 20% per SF, saving an average of $280,000 each year. NYBG’s long-term, innovative approach to energy efficiency capital planning offers valuable lessons for buildings of all types and sizes.

Sponsors: Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex) + the NYC Department of Administrative Services’ Division of Energy Management (DCAS DEM)

Date: Tuesday, November 11, 9 - 10:30 AM

Location: BE-Ex, 31 Chambers Street, Suite 609

Speakers: Mark Cupkovic, VP for Site Operations & Chief Sustainability Officer - NYBG; Helen Chananie, Project Associate - BE-Ex; Additional Speakers TBA

RSVP: Be-Ex

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