Join this webinar to hear about sustainability challenges from a leading energy utility, a real estate developer and the City of New York.
About this Event
You will be able to hear directly from a leading energy utility, a real estate developer and the City of New York about their sustainability challenges, technology needs and approach to collaborating with innovative technology suppliers. You will have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A, and get the chance to apply to be selected for exclusive 1:1 meetings with ConEdison and Hines/Urbs in the new year.
Attend this webinar if you have a solution for them.
Urban Systems urbs AB is working with Hines, an international real estate developer, to develop a future proof retrofit system solution for Hudson Square Properties in Manhattan, to exceed ambitious climate goals set by NY. Hines have an ambition to bring state of the art global technologies that can help HSP to achieve its goals, as such technologies at building level within energy production, distribution and storage are of great interest. There is strong regulatory drive and market potential. Also, hear from The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) on the regulatory landscape in New York and the Rocky Mountain Institute on their technology database for property developers. There is strong regulatory drive and market potential.
They are seeking technologies related to:
- Building energy performance
- Heat pumps
- Energy Storage
- Energy Distribution
ConEdison, an energy utility in New York City, serves over 10 million customers with electricity, steam-based district heating and natural gas.
ConEdison is seeking technologies related to:
- Building envelope retrofits that are sensitive to preserving old buildings;
- Gas demand management & efficiency;
- Electrification of heating & cooling
- Integrated controls to improve performance and utilization of heat pumps
- Real-time energy system monitoring in buildings
City of New York, Department of Citywide Administrative Services, Mayor’s Office of Resiliency, Office of Sustainability, & Department of Environmental Protection
The entities above are seeking technologies related to:
- Building health & energy performance
- Community energy;
- Resource recovery;
- Co-digestion of solid waste & energy production
- Distributed Green Infrastructure