New York City Chapter of Association of Energy Engineers
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September 2018 Meeting Announcement

Energy Case Studies: Follow up on lessons learned from three NY AEE Awardees


Date Location Time Panelists
Tuesday, September 25th

*Note that this is the FOURTH Tuesday in September*
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
16 West 61st St.
(just west of Broadway)

11th Floor Auditorium
New York, NY 10023
5:30pm - 8:00pm

Sandwiches and networking (5:30-6:00).

Presentation will start promptly at 6:00 p.m.
1. Rudin Management (2018 Corporate Energy Management award) - John Gilbert

2. Memorial Sloan Kettering (2017 Energy Project award) - Steven Driver

3. New York City PS 62 (2017 Innovative Project award) - William Horan



Notes:
Free for chapter members, $20 non-members, students free
Professional Development Certification at the meeting

Subject Matter:

Three former award-winning NY AEE winners will provide insight into their energy programs and projects.

Rudin Management (2018 Corporate Energy Management award) - John Gilbert

Representing one of the largest privately-owned portfolios of real estate in NYC, Rudin Management Company, Inc. (RMC) has long considered energy management to be an integral part of good building operations. By employing innovative strategies to track and manage energy consumption in their commercial portfolio, RMC has dramatically reduced GHG emissions, enhanced tenant experience, and reduced energy costs.

Memorial Sloan Kettering (2017 Energy Project award) - Steven Driver

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center completed an extremely innovative and comprehensive retrofit to it’s Zuckerman Research Center facility by optimizing all major HVAC systems. This included providing the most advanced DCV and iAQ management system (Aircuity), adding 1.5MW of new variable speed drives to Lab Exhaust Systems, and optimizing the entire campus Chilled Water Plant with Siemens Demand Flow™. Annual savings of 11,668,000 kWh and 58,200 klb steam & a total cost savings of $2,600,000/year were achieved.

New York City PS 62 (2017 Innovative Project award) - William Horan

This net zero designed 68,000-square-foot New York City Public school has over 2,000 photovoltaic panels, a wind turbine, heating and cooling systems powered by underground geothermal wells, a green roof to reduce heat gain and minimize cooling needs, skylights and reflective ceiling panels angled to maximize natural light, motion-sensor energy-efficient indoor lighting, a specially designed precast concrete building envelope acting as a rain screen, and underground tanks collect precipitation and prevent runoff. Digital dashboards provide real-time energy updates and individualized data is streamed into classrooms so students can track their own energy use and create friendly competition among classes.



2018-19 AEE-NY Advance Planning Calendar (Third Tuesdays)

Date Topic
Oct. 16th Building Tour (TBD)
Nov. 20th Women in Energy
Jan. 15th Carbon Neutrality/Electrification/Sustainable Gas
Feb. 19th Monitoring Tools/Proactive Maintenance
Mar. 19th Renewables/Community Solar/Remote Net Metering
Apr. 16th Advanced BAS and the Internet of Things
May 21st Hybrid Systems
June 18th Awards Gala