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Building 92, 3rd Floor

63 Flushing Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205

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Renewable Heat for Smart Cities is a workshop taking place at Smart Cities NYC´17.

**This workshop is eligible for AIA continuing education credit. Applications will be handed out at the workshop.

Once you register for Smart Cities NYC´17 conference and expo, you´ll receive a code in your confirmation email with which you can register for any of our workshops. You cannot sign up for workshops without registering for the Smart Cities NYC '17.

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A smart city is smart about its energy sourcing, providing reliable, renewable and affordable energy to its people. While most attention goes to smart electricity systems, about 50% of the energy use of buildings is heating and cooling.

What heating/cooling alternatives do cities, building owners, real estate developers and energy professionals have? How can they be implemented? Considering the diversity of neighbourhoods, technologies and stakeholders involved when shifting energy sources, how can digital tools create insight and support collaboration?

In this workshop teams of participants will gain experience in selecting renewable heat systems for neighborhoods, developing thorough understanding of the benefits and challenges. They will be inspired by the stories of the Cities of New York and The Hague, by the projects Engie implemented in the US and Europe, and by the visual data tools of Over Morgen.


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Cathy Pasion – Senior Policy Advisor NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability

Marijn Fraanje – CIO City of The Hague

Gerwin Hop - founder of Over Morgen

Harold Maassen - Business Unit Manager Project Development at Engie

Alex Posner – Project Director at NYC Department of Design and Construction

Rob Geldhof – Consultant Sustainability, Planning and Data at Over Morgen

Tristan Schwartzman – Sustainable Design & Energy Efficiency Engineer at Goldman Copeland

John Rhyner – Vice President, Geothermal Services at P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc.

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Building 92, 3rd Floor

63 Flushing Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205

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