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Right now, New York State is undertaking significant change in how it generates and delivers energy. Solar is key to updating New York’s energy system, a cleaner environment, new jobs, and more local spending in communities. – NY-SUN, a program of NYSERDA

This solar colloquium will help property owners, business owners and other stakeholders understand their solar options and become part of the development of a sustainable, affordable, self-sufficient energy industry in the New York City metro area. The event will showcase the array of support for implementing solar, including federal/state/local incentive programs, specific financing and insurance solutions, software tools and service resources, as well as an alliance of a local industry of solar contractors and other providers.
Intended for commercial and industrial companies, real estate companies, multifamily entities, small commercial businesses, schools and universities, and not-for-profit and municipal stakeholders, though any and all interested are invited to attend.

Agenda

9

30AM

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9

40AM

Opening Remarks

Thomas J. Grech

9

40AM

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10

30AM

Panel Discussion

David SandbankWilliam OberkehrJohn StokesJames GoldstickErich HoffmannSteven LeitnerEdwin Tyas

Moderated by Stephen Owen, Queens Chamber of Commerce Solar Committee Chair; Partner at Sol Alliance

10

30AM

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10

40AM

Closing Remarks

Marshall Haimson

10

40AM

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11

00AM

Tour of Georgetown Mews Solar Projects

1.5 MW of Solar PV on a 30+ building multi-family co-op.

Speakers

Sponsors and Partners

Organizer

  • Queens Chamber of Commerce

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