New York City Chapter of Association of Energy Engineers
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June Awards Gala

Please join us at the NY-AEE annual gala in
congratulating this year's awardees.

CLUB 101
101 Park Ave
New York, NY

June 20, 2017

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Keynote Speaker

Adam Hinge
Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Partnerships
"International Trends in Building Performance"


Open bar and 3-course dinner

Networking
Awards
Dinner
A Great Evening!

 

2017 Awards

Energy Manager of the Year
Daniel Egan, Vice President, Head of Sustainability and Utilities
Vornado Realty Trust

Energy Project of the Year
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's
Zuckerman Research Center

Young Energy Professional
Adam Vesterholt, Associate Director of Energy Management
NYU Langone Medical Center

Innovative Energy Project
PS 62
Staten Island

  Chapter Members: $110*
 Non-members: $125
 Tables (Seats 10): $1,250

The gala has sold out the last 9 years and
this year should not be missed! Seating is limited.
Reservations must be received by June 8th.
        
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*If you are not a current AEE-NY chapter member and wish to join,
please send the following
form with your registration.


Keynote Topic

International Trends in Building Performance

The talk will review trends in building energy performance and efficiency in New York and the world over the past decade, and use the historical trends as context for some of the ambitious goals that have been set, and some challenges toward achieving these goals.

Keynote Speaker Bio

Adam Hinge manages Sustainable Energy Partnerships, a small consultancy providing energy efficiency program and policy advisory services to governments, large energy consumers and suppliers, and research and multilateral organizations around the world. He is involved with a variety of efforts working toward improving building energy performance around the U.S. and globally. Hinge serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Market Transformation, is active in a variety of professional organizations including ASHRAE, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University’s Center School of International and Public Affairs.