August 12, 2013
Countdown to BE NYC!
With onlydays until October 16th, GreenHomeNYC is shining the spotlight on the experts who will be making BE NYC conference an exceptional industry event!
One of the professionals participating in the conference is Erica Brabon
Erica Brabon is a Senior Multifamily consultant at Steven Winter Associates
. She is a frequent speaker at NESEA’s Building Energy conference and GreenHomeNYC events. Erica will serve as co-chair of the Multifamily Buildings track for the upcoming BuildingEnergy NYC conference. She will also be speaking at the workshop, “What Local Law 84 & 87 Mean and How to Get the Most Out of it”, at BE NYC.
What sparked your interest in sustainable building?
Environmental activism is something I’ve been involved in since middle school. When I realized what an impact I could make working to make buildings more efficient in their use of energy and water, but also providing healthier living environments, I jumped at the opportunity.
Please reflect upon your experiences in speaking at GreenHomeNYC forums and Building Energy conferences? What are your thoughts on the programs?
NESEA BE is my favorite conference because I not only learn from the pros but have a chance to meet them and talk shop in a unique environment. I’m a lifetime member and look forward to any NESEA events as well as GreenHomeNYC events. The connections made from both organizations have been integral in my professional development. The programs from both are great avenues for new ideas to not only reach the industry but the public. (more…)
June 27, 2010
Join GreenHomeNYC and METRO Biofuels as we discuss biofuel in buildings and vehicles – including, how to convert to biodiesel, what makes it an efficient resource and what tax credits are available.
GreenHomeNYC Forum July 2010
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The largest biofuels plant in the country, METRO Biofuels, is putting a dent in carbon emissions and decreasing sulfur and particulate matter in our atmosphere, right here in NYC. How? With biofuels, made from vegetable oil, plant oil and restaurant grease. This alternative fuel is readily available for residential and commercial use. We’ll discuss this and more at the forum.