PANEL I: POLICY AND CODES
Introduction by Moderator Rohit Aggarwala: 20:03
Nico Kienzi: 27:59
David Miller: 37:15
Zabier Garmendia: 43:39
Open Discussion - Setting Policy Direction with Varying Government Types - What Works Better?: 54:30
Questions from the Audience: 1:14:15
Keynote Dialogue by Clay Nesler: 1:31:22
PANEL II: MARKET FORCES AND FINANCE
Introduction by Moderator Vishaan Chakrabarti: 1:50:46
Ronald Herbst: 1:57:24
Kenneth Hubbard: 2:05:20
Susan Leeds: 2:08:27
Open Discussion - Residential vs. Commercial: 2:16:46
Open Discussion - Pros and Cons of Scaled Approach vs. Ground-Up Approach: 2:21:50
Open Discussion - Scale and the Worldwide Approach: 2:33:46
Questions from the Audience: 2:52:09
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Held at the start of Climate Week NYC on September 19, 2011, the conference will discuss how measures like New York City’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan stack up against similar efforts in other major global cities, as well as help answer:
• How standards, incentives, and public programs work best together to drive property owners to invest in energy efficiency.
• What really drives innovation—is it more than just higher energy costs?
We’ll take a look via two compelling panels: The Role of Policy and Codes and Market Forces and Finance.
Speakers include Rohit Aggarwala, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group; former Toronto Mayor David Miller; Michael Geissler, Berlin Energy Agency; Related’s Vishaan Chakrabarti; and Susan Leeds of the New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation.
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