Programs Available for Energy Efficiency in NYC Buildings

New York

Event details:

Start
8:00am EDT on Thursday, May 19, 2022
End
9:30am EDT on Thursday, May 19, 2022
Location:
Joseph A. Martino Hall at Fordham University
45 Columbus Avenue Room 200B
New York , NY 10023

*NYC Covid Restrictions Apply.  You must show proof of vaccination and ID, and wear a mask when necessary.    

Directions to: Joseph A. Martino Hall at 45 Columbus Avenue, NY, NY 10023.  Take the 1, A, C, B or D train to Columbus Circle then cross Broadway and walk along West 60th Street 1 block west to Columbus Avenue.  Turn right on Columbus Avenue and walk 1 block crossing West 61st Street.  Martino Hall is the first building on the right-hand side, entrance is at the grade level.  If you registered your name will be on the list with the security guard.  If not mention the LAI meeting in room 200B.

Prices

Free.

Register by
9:30am on Thursday, May 19, 2022
Attendees
This event is open to All LAI members globally.
Registration
Registration for this event has closed.
Cancellation/ Refund/ No-Show Policy

If you are unable to attend after registering, please cancel your registration.

Join us for our 1st "Live" meeting back! 

John Grillo has been actively designing and implementing energy cost reductions programs for over 25 years.  Mr. Grillo is responsible for the cost savings analysis, system design, project financing, and sales of Energy Efficient Lighting and Mechanical Upgrades across the country. Combined the Rich Energy team has well over 2 billion dollars worth of construction and energy efficiency experience under their belt.

He has designed and programmed comprehensive energy efficiency analysis software which has been used successfully for tens of millions of dollars in energy conservation projects saving hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.  Additionally, Mr. Grillo has designed and implemented energy efficient programs for several large utility companies across the country. Prior to 1995 Mr. Grillo participated in sales, design, and construction initiatives in the electrical contracting industry.  Mr. Grillo attended Northeastern University’s School of Electrical Engineering Technology from 1979 to 1983.

We encourage you to join us at Fordham to network and socialize with other chapter members.  We will be serving coffee, bagels, and pastries to all who attend the event.