Believe it. Energy efficiency retrofits for commercial buildings make good economic sense for both big and small buildings. Join fellow commercial building owners and managers to be inspired by the profitable retrofit of the Empire State Building, motivated by practical local examples, and prompted in to action by real funding options.
Learn more about best practices and innovative technology solutions that can help your building save money, be more competitive, and meet your sustainability goals.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2019
8 a.m. – Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 – 10 a.m. – Program
10 a.m. – Optional Tour of On-site Retrofit
Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Greenwich
4 Horseneck Lane Greenwich, Connecticut
Tony Malkin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Empire State Realty Trust, Inc.
“Successful Energy Efficiency Retrofit Program for the Empire State Building”
Bruce Becker of Becker + Becker, Inc.
“Incorporating Energy Efficiencies at the Local Level”
Anthony Clark of Connecticut Green Bank & Andrew Brydges of Eversource
“Funding Strategies: Tools to Help You Achieve Your Energy Efficiency Goals”
Panel discussion and Q&A
Joining the speakers are Rich Granoff of Granoff Architects and Frank Parker of 66 Field Point Realty, LLC
FREE but please RSVP by February 15 to EnergyCommittee@greenwichct.org