New York City Chapter of Association of Energy Engineers
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June Awards Gala

Please join us at the NY-AEE annual gala in
congratulating this year's awardees.

CLUB 101
101 Park Ave
New York, NY

June 19, 2018

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Keynote Speaker

Alicia Barton
President & CEO
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)


Open bar and 3-course dinner

Networking
Awards
Dinner
A Great Evening!

 

2018 Awards

Energy Manager of the Year
Daniel Egan, Vice President, Head of Sustainability and Utilities
Vornado Realty Trust

Energy Professional Development of the Year
Adam Romano
Director of Training Operations & Technical Services
Association for Energy Affordability

Energy Project of the Year
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Young Energy Professional
Deng Lin
Retro-Commissioning Program Manager
NYC DCAS

Corporate Energy Management
Rudin Management Co.

Wrench of the Year
Jim Eves
NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

  Chapter Members: $125*
 Non-members: $140
 Tables (Seats 10): $1,300

The gala has sold out the last 10 years and
this year should not be missed! Seating is limited.
Reservations must be received by June 14th (deadline extended!).
        
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*If you are not a current AEE-NY chapter member and wish to join,
please send the following
form with your registration.


Keynote Topic

TBD...

Keynote Speaker Bio

Alicia Barton is president and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), a public benefit corporation that advances innovative energy solutions to improve New York State’s economy and environment.

Ms. Barton has held public and private sector leadership roles advancing clean energy projects and companies for over a decade including serving as co-chair of the Energy and Cleantech Practice at Foley Hoag, LLP, chief of operations of the Global Utility business unit at SunEdison and chief executive officer of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), a publicly supported agency that funds and accelerates the development of the clean energy sector. Prior to serving as CEO of MassCEC, Ms. Barton was the Deputy Commissioner for Policy and Planning for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP); Assistant Secretary for Environmental Review and Director of the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) office; and Deputy General Counsel at the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.