Tue, Feb 18 | NY Institute of Technology-11th Floor

PAST EVENT: New York City and State Energy Policies

New York City and State Energy Policies and Their Impact on Facility Operations CEU/PDH credits available
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2020, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
NY Institute of Technology-11th Floor, 16 W 61st St, New York, NY 10023, USA

About The Event

New York State and New York City have recently passed energy legislation on meeting certain thresholds of clean power utilization and energy efficiency levels for specific buildings. These mandates will impact existing facilities as energy usage targets will be mandated for specific buildings classes or typologies. The session will provide an overview of the legislative mandates from New York State and City governmental representatives along with insights from a private real estate firm and hospital as to how these organizations plan to meet these mandated new energy requirements.

Presentations will cover the State Climate Action Panel and the Carbon Neutral approach; LL92/94/97; Con Ed and National Grid's deep de-carbonization efforts, challenges and opportunities; fines facing Related and Memorial Sloan Kettering if LL97 requirements are not met.  Questions addressed will include

  • What are the pending clean energy mandates and energy efficiency requirements?
  • What operational and capital decisions are required?

Speakers include:

Greg Hale, Senior Advisor for Energy Efficiency Markets, NYSERDA

Ke Wei, Assistant Deputy Director, NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability, Office of Resiliency

Luke Falk,  Vice President - Hudson Yards Technology, Related Companies

Bob Berninger, Director - Plant Operations, Energy & Engineering, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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