GreenHome NYC Spotlight On Sustainable Roosevelt Island At REI SOHO Store Tonight - Cornell Net Zero Building, Verdant East River Tidal Turbine, Octagon Fuel Cell & NYSERDA Discussed
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Want to learn more about Roosevelt Island clean energy projects?
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Then this program from GreenHome NYC is for you.
According to GreenHome NYC:
August Forum – Spotlight on Roosevelt IslandMore information on Roosevelt Island green energy projects, including Roosevelt Landings energy savings retrofit of building systems and installation of cogeneration power, at this previous post.
July 28, 2013
New York is a city made up of islands, so Roosevelt Island, the 2-mile long island in the East River might seem unremarkable, but it features a wealth of unique systems and a rich history that are worth taking a moment to examine! That’s why in August we’ll be doing one of our Spotlight features on it. We’ll hear about the planned Cornell Tech campus which will break ground in 2014 and will be home to NYC’s largest net-zero building, learn about the tidal turbines that are grid-tied to the Island (the first such system in the world!), and hear about some of the sustainable buildings on the Island. It’s going to be a great evening and we hope you’ll join us for it!
Date: August 29, 2013
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Place: REI Community Room, 303 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10012
Click here to register!
Please plan ahead to arrive promptly. Our spaces are donated to us so we must keep to the schedule we provide.
Our speakers will include:
Ron Smith, President, Verdant Power
Michael Razanousky, Project Manager, NYSERDA
Julie Hiromoto, Associate, Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill
Michelle Lauterwasser, Associate, Becker + Becker
Did you know that:
An #NYC fact to share at #CityLab: Roosevelt Island residents use the most energy per household in the city http://t.co/ik2geUTgGs
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