Maximize Multifamily Property Revenues with Energy Improvement Projects (Feb 7 11am – 11:45am)

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Webinar: Maximize Multifamily Property Revenues with Energy Improvement Projects

Feb 7 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am

Maximize Multifamily Property Revenues with Energy Improvement Projects

Thursday, Feb. 7 from 11:00 – 11:40 am

There are many factors to consider when adding energy efficiency measures and/or solar into a rehab/retrofit project for multifamily housing, and the source of funding is always a concern. Thankfully, there are simple financing solutions that recognize the return on investment for implementing these measures in housing projects. This webinar will outline the funding process and present case studies of completed projects that are reaping the benefits of reduced energy and maintenance expenses, improved cash flows, and enhanced resident health/safety.

Presenters:

John D’Agostino, Associate Director, Multifamily Housing Program, Connecticut Green Bank

Brian Sullivan, President, Emerald Consulting, LLC

Economically-Compelling Energy Savings Seminar (Feb 22 8am – 9:30am)

https://www.ctenvironment.org/take-action/upcoming-events/
Economically-Compelling Energy Savings Seminar
When Fri, February 22, 8:00am – 9:30am
Where Boys & Girls Club, 4 Horseneck Ln, Greenwich, CT 06830, USA (map)
Description CFE/Save the Sound ally the Town of Greenwich Energy Committee will hold the first ever Economically-Compelling Energy Savings seminar to help business leaders and property managers learn more about best practices and innovative technology solutions to help businesses save money, become more competitive, and meet sustainability goals. Participants will learn how to benefit from Connecticut’s nationally recognized programs to support and finance energy projects that will improve your bottom line. Keynote speaker Tony Malkin is a leader in energy efficiency retrofits for existing buildings and coordinated a groundbreaking renovation project at the Empire State Building. Economically-Compelling Energy Savings Seminar February 22, 2019 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich 4 Horseneck Lane, Greenwich (.3 miles from Greenwich Metro-North Railroad Station) Stay tuned for information on how to RSVP.

Climate Action Lobby Day – Sierra Club CT (Feb 21 12:30pm)

2019 Climate Action Lobby Day

February 21, 2019

12:30 pm

State Capitol, Room 310 (3rd Floor North), Hartford, CT

Join Sierra Club Connecticut and other statewide environmental organizations at the State Capitol to advocate for Connecticut’s environment.  The event begins with a presentation about the issues including 100% clean, renewable energy. We’ll then work in teams to share this information with state Senators, state Representatives, and their staff.

Free parking is available at the Legislative Office Building.  If parking garage is full, several pay-to-park surface lots and parking garages are nearby.

 

Most recently, Eric worked to spur a Constitutional Amendment to protect state parks, forests, and wildlife Management Areas from being given away by the Legislature without adequate public input.

CTLCV’s 2019 Environmental Summit (Jan 17 9am – 2pm)

CTLCV’s 2019 Environmental Summit

January 17, 2019

9 AM – 2 PM
Trinity College, Washington Room in Mather Hall (2nd Floor), 300 Summit St, Hartford, CT 06106

This year’s Summit will highlight the challenges and opportunities facing our state. It is also a great opportunity to Don’t speak directly with lawmakers, advocates, and experts about the future of clean air, clean water, clean energy, and more!

This is an event of CTLCV; Sierra Club Connecticut is promoting.

https://www.ctlcv.org/summit.html

Efficiency is Efficient: Achieving Our Shared Energy Goals (Jan 12 10am – 2pm)

Efficiency is Efficient: Achieving Our Shared Energy Goals

January 12, 2019

10 a.m to 2 pm

Lyceum, 227 Lawrence Street, Hartford

Learn how Energy Efficiency can lower energy bills, and lower carbon emissions, all while closing the affordability gap and protecting our health. Hear from DEEP, EFA, and local environmental advocates.  Be inspired by local clean energy success stories.

This is an event of Efficiency for All; Sierra Club Connecticut is promoting.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/efficiency-is-efficient-achieving-our-shared-energy-goals-tickets-53654408781?aff=utm_source%3Deb_email%26utm_medium%3Demail%26utm_campaign%3Dnew_event_email&utm_term=eventurl_text

Opening Day of CT Legislative Session (Jan 9 11am)

Opening Day of CT Legislative Session

January 09, 2019

11 am

State Capitol Building, 210 Capitol Avenue, Hartford  (meet on 2nd Floor outside the Hall of the House on the North landing)

Connecticut’s Legislative Session begins January 9th with all 187 members of the General Assembly getting sworn in and an address from Governor Lamont.  Sierra Club Connecticut will be there standing in the hallways to meet and greet legislators and share our policy priorities. Will you join us?

Expect the parking lot to be full on this day.  Please allow extra time to find parking, likely in a pay-to-park lot.

https://act.sierraclub.org/events/details?formcampaignid=7010Z000001PW1dQAG

Connecticut Sustainability Conference (Nov 1 8 – 12pm)

Description

Connecticut companies are becoming more successful and profitable by incorporating energy and environmental sustainability into their business plans.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connecticut-sustainability-conference-registration-47518033718

Join us as we explore sustainability and its many benefits to your business and bottom line.

Connect with your fellow business leaders from manufacturing and other industries, and learn practical applications on how to profit from your company’s waste stream.

Among the topics we’ll explore are Trends and Opportunities in Sustainable Technology, and Incentives for Investing in Sustainable Technology.

Aerospace and non-aerospace manufacturers are strongly encouraged to attend.

This program is hosted by CBIA and Pratt & Whitney.

AGENDA

7:15am | Check-In & Networking Breakfast

8:15 am | Opening Remarks

Robert Cadieux, Director & Fellow, Environmental & Sustainable Development, Pratt & Whitney Canada

8:30 am | Keynote Address, Q & A

Andrea Pampanelli, Global Environmental Manager, GKN Automotive

9:15 am Networking Break

9:30 am | Sustainable Technology: Trends & Opportunities

Moderator: Eric Brown, Vice President, Manufacturing Policy & Outreach, CBIA

S. Pamir Alpay, Executive Director, Innovation Partnership Building, UConn Tech Park

Ron Angelo, Executive Vice President, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology

10:15 am | Networking Break

10:30 am | Incentives for Investing in Sustainable Technology

Moderator: Bonnie Del Conte, President & CEO, CONNSTEP

Bill Luchon, Senior Manufacturing Engineer/Environmental Leader, Legrand

David Reitz, CEO, Inventec Performance Chemicals

John Strahley, Managing Director, Ironwood Capital Connecticut, LLC

11:15 am | Networking Break

11:30 am | Keynote Address, Q & A

Anastasia O’Rourke, Special Consultant, Industrial Economics Inc.

12:15 pm | Closing Remarks

Robert Cadieux, Pratt & Whitney Canada

People’s Action for Clean Energy (PACE) (Nov. 8, 11-2pm)

WhenThu, November 8, 11am – 2pm
Where224 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06105, USA (map)
Description
Time for 100% Renewable Energy in Connecticut

Thu, November 8, 2018
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST
224 EcoSpace
224 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Tickets: $10-100

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/time-for-100-renewable-energy-in-connecticut-tickets-50173385948

People’s Action for Clean Energy (PACE) invites you to a hands-on workshop to accelerate Connecticut’s transition to 100% clean, renewable energy. The event features a keynote address from Mark Z. Jacobson, Director of the Atmosphere and Energy Program at Stanford University. Mark’s career has focused on better understanding air pollution and global warming problems and developing large-scale clean, renewable energy solutions to them.

After Prof. Jacobson’s address, the focus turns to Connecticut’s transition to 100% with a panel of local experts to discuss the state’s progress to date, potential of offshore wind, grid modernization and legislative perspective. This panel comprises:

Claire Coleman, Climate and Energy Attorney for CT Fund for the Environment
Katie Dykes, Chair of the Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA)
John Humphries, Founder of CT Roundtable on Climate & Jobs
Mary Sotos, Deputy Commissioner of CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP)

Ticket price includes a catered lunch as well as parking.