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Learn How to Keep Your Electricity Running at NYSERDA’s CHP Power Breakfast and Tour

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Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems can help building owners and facility managers generate electricity, save money and ensure the delivery of critical services in the event of a grid outage. Attend NYSERDA’s breakfast to learn about CHP and the financial/technical support available for the installation of CHP systems sized 50 kW and larger. See how buildings count on CHP systems to:
• Generate electricity every day of the year.
• Save money.
• Protect the environment.
• Operate when the grid goes down.
• Provide enhanced reliability over diesel standby generators.

A brief introduction to CHP technology will be followed by a discussion of available financial and technical resources to support system installations. The program will conclude with a tour of the CHP system at the Toren Condominium.

We will also be discussing the NYC Clean Heat program, which provides technical and financial assistance to buildings still using No. 4 and No. 6 oil and can assist with conversion to natural gas – an essential part of a CHP installation.

SCHEDULE

9:00 – 9:30 AM – Breakfast & Registration
9:30 – 10:45 AM – Discussion & Presentations
10:45 – 11:45 AM – Tour of CHP Facility at the Toren Condominium

Presentation and Discussion Topics

Edward Kear
Senior Project Manager, NYSERDA
Presentation: Introduction to CHP Technology and Technical / Financial Support Available for Installations

Daphany Sanchez
Account Manager for NYC Clean Heat
Presentation: Introduction to the NYC Clean Heat Program

Questions? chpAcceleration[at]nyserda[dot]ny[dot]gov

Please note: This event is intended to address medium-to-large buildings (those with a monthly electric bill of $5,000 or more).

For more information on CHP program details, please visit nyserda.ny.gov/chp

NYSERDA strives to facilitate change through the widespread development and use of innovative technologies to improve the State’s energy, economic, and environmental well-being.

Have questions about CHP Power Breakfast and TOUR: Enhance Your Building’s Power Reliability? Contact Mike Simmons at simmons[at]solar1[dot]org.