In this week's Newsletter: Clean EC returns with another panel discussion about the future of the grid, Vote Solar's Equinox East party returns to Brooklyn, sound off on the fate of Brooklyn Bridge Park and much more!
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Clean EC Returns with Advanced Energy Consumers Panel Discussion


The energy landscape is changing fast. As energy professionals race to keep up with constant technological innovation, they are also rapidly developing new methods of reaching energy customers.

Customers are central to adoption of REV — they will be the ones purchasing solar, installing cogeneration, utilizing energy management systems, and deciding whether to participate in community-scale renewables.

This panel will discuss innovations in customer engagement, with an emphasis on community-level energy aggregation and web-based engagement models, including consideration of behavioral science.

Advanced Energy Consumers: Customer Models Driving Utility Industry Change from the Edge
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
6:30pm-9:00pm
The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC
44 Charlton Street
New York, NY 10014

Moderator:
Andrew Mulherkar, Analyst, Grid Edge division of GTM Research at Greentech Media

Panelists:

For more information, visit the Clean Energy Connections website hereTickets are available here.

Support Our Friends at Vote Solar & Come to Equinox East

2015 has been a great year for solar in the US, in no small part thanks to the work of our longtime friends at Vote Solar. This not-for-profit advocacy organization works to make solar more accessible and affordable across the country. Come celebrate with them at Equinox East on September 23!

Tickets are $100 and include tapas, cocktails, music and "inspiring speakers." Come and party for a more sustainable future!

Fate of Brooklyn Bridge Park May Depend on You

How do you feel about the proposed plan to build mixed-use towers at Brooklyn Bridge Park? The Park president wants to know!

If you're not sure what the controversy is about, it is the proposed height of two primarily residential towers to be built on Pier 6, on the south side of the Park. Local residents oppose a new zoning variance that would allow each building to be taller than originally projected, blocking views and opening up a discussion of how the community can best be served.

Comments are due by August 32 at 5pm, and can be submitted by email here. You can read more about the controversy on the NY Times website here.
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Upcoming Events at Solar 1

8/29
Walk-Up Paddling at Stuyvesant Cove
Solar 1, 23rd Street & the East River (kayaks will launch from the beach near 20th Street), 1:30-4:30pm, free

Other Events


8/28
Manhattan Critical Mass
Union Square Park North, near 17th Street bet Broadway & Park Ave South, Manhattan, 7-11:55pm, free

9/1
CHP Power Webinar: Enhance Your Building’s Power Reliability
Online, 11am-12pm, free

9/2
One New York: The Plan for a Strong and Just City
New York City Bar, 42 West 44th Street bet 5th & 6th Aves, Manhattan, 9-11am, free

9/3
New York City Safe Energy Coalition Meeting
NYU School of Law, Furman Hall, Seminar Room 120, near Washington Square Park, 245 Sullivan St, bet W 3rd & W 4th Sts, Manhattan, 6:30-9pm, free
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