NYC’s Distributed Energy Future
When: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 from 4pm to 8pm
Where: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY
Achieving climate goals and greater resilience requires integrated systems-level thinking, particularly when it comes to energy demand, distribution, and supply.
How can the city and its communities generate common benefits by utilizing distributed energy networks?
How can architects and engineers navigate the changes in energy generation, delivery, and storage strategies in their projects in order to achieve emissions reductions and gain greater resilience via DERs?
This event will feature panel discussions, case studies and an open forum to provide a comprehensive look at the intersection between NYC’s climate goals, the latest DER technologies, and the built environment.
Part 1, 4pm to 6pm:
Meeting NYC’s Climate and Resilience Goals with DERs
Illya Azaroff, AIA, Co-chair, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee; Principal, PlusLab
Rory Christian, NY Director, Clean Energy, Environmental Defense Fund
Lewis M. Kwit, President, Energy Investment Systems
Nancy Anderson, PhD, Executive Director, Sallan Foundation
Angelica Ramdhari, Resilient Solar Program Manager, Solar One
Steve Pullins, VP Development, Dynamic Energy Networks
Dylan Batterman, Targeted Demand Management, ConEdison
Part 2, 6pm to 8pm:
Integrating DERs into Building and Campus-Scale Projects
This event is the third in the AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE) & ASHRAE Sustainability & Resilience Integration series.
Tom Bourgeois, Deputy Director, Pace University
Alexan Stulc & Anne Shellum, BuroHappold Engineering
Ed Bricker, PE, Engineering Manager, The Durst Organization
Jennifer Kearney, Founder, Gotham 360
Devin Ratliff, Director, KPF
Ung Joo Scott Lee, Principal, Morphosis Architects
Brian Burke, Director, Energy Engineering, NYU
Registration Part 2:
Organized by AIANY Committee on the Environment, NYC2030 District, ASHRAE, Urban Future Lab & Sallan Foundation