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Join Building Energy Exchange for a panel discussion showcasing the deep energy retrofit at The Fairview, a large multi-family residence in Forest Hills.

A deep energy retrofit may seem daunting due to its required capital investment and time. Yet, a holistic, integrated retrofit plan is the key to better building performance and major energy savings. Buildings can also use the retrofit as an opportunity to improve resiliency to extreme weather events by adopting on-site energy generation systems like combined heat and power (CHP) and solar photovoltaic panels.

This panel will consist of representatives from the building, engineering company, and contractors, who worked on the facility’s gas conversion and installation of high efficiency domestic hot water heaters, solar photovoltaic panels, and CHP. Members will share their project implementation experiences and discuss the energy savings achieved, system performance benefits created, and rebates and incentive programs utilized to help fund the retrofit.

MODERATOR
Elizabeth Engoren, EN-POWER GROUP

SPEAKERS
Michael Scorrano, PE, Managing Director, EN-POWER GROUP Greg Carlson, Property Manager of the Fairview, Fairview Owners Corp Dean Zias, Project Manager, NYSERDA Jeffrey Glick, Vice President of Sales, Tecogen

This program is a part of Celebrate NYC, an exhibit showcasing energy efficient building renovations and retrofits across NYC, soon to be on display at the Building Energy Exchange. Celebrate NYC is made possible by the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability.

CEU Credits:
1.5

Organized by
Building Energy Exchange
Tuesday, 5/08
9am to 10:30am
Location
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
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