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Demystifying Steam Heat

Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019

In NYC, over 80% of large residential buildings are heated by steam. However, many steam heating systems run inefficiently, which results in wasted heat + uneven temperatures. This means we’re burning through significant amounts of gas and oil to keep New Yorkers uncomfortable.

Fixing steam heating systems can save money, reduce carbon emissions + increase residents' comfort. This event will highlight key findings from Urban Green’s latest research and tackle pressing questions that directly affect City policy makers, consultants, boiler engineers + contractors as well as building owners.

Date: Tuesday, February 12, 6-8 PM

Location: Mohawk Group, 125 West 25 Street, 6 Floor

RSVP: Urban Green Council

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