Friday, November 16, 2012

MCC Green Committee Meetings

Today 30 sustainability professionals convened at the MCC Green Finance sub-committee meeting to discuss the energy insurance sector and topics related to green finance. Please join us for future discussions as we look toward reducing carbon and building a more sustainable NYC for the future.

Please join us to discuss recent developments in the green finance sector. The speakers will be Marshall Haimson, President of e-Capital Development, Tom Grech, JJT Energy and Corey Crawford, Crystal and Company.

This is a meeting for green energy professionals or those in a directly related field. As a follow up to last month’s presentation on mandated audits and retro-commissioning in NYC buildings larger than 50,000 square feet, Chris Cayten from Code Green will give a presentation on what goes into a proper audit and retro-commissioning process, including key factors to focus on to ensure compliance and customer satisfaction. Following Chris’ presentation, we will have an update from NYSERDA and Con Edison about the incentive available for audits and retro-commissioning.

The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Green Business Committee is pleased to commence monthly Green Design & Construction sub-committee meetings. This meeting is for those in the sustainability, construction, architecture, interior design or related fields. There will be introductions and open discussion.

We thank Con Edison Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs for sponsoring the MCC Green Business Committee for 2012. We have an exciting year of programming coming up and thank the Green Team and Con Edison Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs for making this possible. For more information on how you can earn cash rebates and incentives for your buildings' energy efficiency upgrades and transforming your business space into a high-performance building, contact the Con Edison Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Program office at (877) 797-6347 or visit their website


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