San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Nearly one year after Super Storm Sandy, mayors, planners and developers across the country are seeking practical guidance on technologies, trends, and best practices for urban energy resiliency and community climate adaptation.
In conjunction with Climate Week NYC, this summit will assemble international energy experts and government leaders that have successfully deployed district energy and combined heat and power (CHP) in their cities, communities and campuses to enhance resiliency, cut emissions and strengthen their local economies.
Listen and engage with thought leaders from the Rockefeller Foundation, BIG Architecture and the Department of Energy, as well as industry practitioners from Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Finland and the Middle East as they outline working strategies to future-proof more resilient cities, communities, and campuses.
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NOTE: This ticket entitles the participant to attend as an observer; not a registered conference delegate. For full summit + awards registration, click here.
Observer registration underwritten by our generous Summit Scholar Sponsors: