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One of the Lab’s longtime areas of study has been the impact of energy data collection and disclosure on building practices and performance. To this end, we’re a member of Friends of Benchmarking, an alliance led by the Sallan Foundation that was created to independently assess and support the implementation of NYC’s landmark benchmarking law.
On Jan. 23rd, we invite you to a seminar, “How Knowledge Can Save Power,” that will examine the impact of the law to date from the perspective of property owners, energy service professionals, city officials, and the Friends of Benchmarking alliance. And if you can’t make it to the event, be sure to check out the Friends of Benchmarking Second Year White Paper, authored by Lab Director Michael Bobker and Adam Hinge of Sustainable Energy Partnerships.
We hope to see you on the 23rd!
|Place, Date and Time:
New York Institute of Technology
School of Engineering & Computing Sciences, 16 West 61st Street, 11th Floor
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Registration: 8:30-9:00 am, Panel 9:00-10:30 am
- Adam Hinge and Michael Bobker, Authors of the Friends of Benchmarking Second Year White Paper
- Ari Frankel, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
- Jonathan Flaherty, Tishman-Speyer
- Donna Hope, NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability
- Jeff Perlman, Bright Power
- Representative from the de Blasio Administration, to be invited
- Jonathan Bowles, Executive Director, Center for an Urban Future
To register for this event:
Register for free online at Eventbrite.
Sallan, Friends of Benchmarking, and New York Institute of Technology