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“90 by 50”: A Path to Deep CO2 Reductions in NYCMay 21, 2013 5:30pm - 7:30pm
- Where: Club 101 101 Park Avenue Manhattan, New York, 10178
- Hosted by: ASHRAE & Urban Green Council
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With over 30 years of experience in energy efficiency and sustainability, Dick has been leading Urban Green Council’s research efforts for the past five. He played a central role in the Green Codes Task Force, contributed to New York City’s ban on #6 heating oil, oversaw There are Holes in Our Walls, led 90 by 50, and provides ongoing guidance on course content for GPRO. Prior to joining UGC, Dick was Senior Engineer at the Community Environmental Center, where he provided technical leadership for NYSERDA’s Assisted Multifamily Program and other projects in existing and new buildings. Earlier, he worked at Brookhaven National Laboratory on energy and solar technologies and national energy planning. He is also Visiting Associate Professor of Physics at Pratt Institute.Daniel Wright, PhD | Assistant Professor of Physics, Pratt Institute Professor Wright teaches and develops courses in chemistry and physics at Pratt Institute. His current research interests include topics relating to the science of sustainability including life cycle analysis, building modeling/simulation, and sustainability metrics. His past academic research activities were focused on the study of organic materials for applications in optics. He has also worked in industry on the equipment and processes involved in the photolithographic patterning of microelectronics. Networking 5:30-6:00pm Dinner & Lecture 6:00-7:30pm Event Partner – Urban Green Council: http://www.urbangreencouncil.org/UGCInteraction?key=_2BwJ_2FKXYY2e3AOYWXvG5r_2Bg_3D_3D To learn more, read the full report on our website, see related media here, and view the presentation.
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