New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium Hosted by Big Shine Energy

BSE New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium Hosted by Big Shine Energy

Big Shine Energy recently concluded its highly anticipated Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium in the bustling city of New York. It featured a captivating agenda designed to provide invaluable insights into energy management and efficiency. The event aimed to empower attendees with the knowledge and strategies needed to navigate the evolving landscape of sustainable energy. As a leading provider of sustainable energy solutions, Big Shine Energy was thrilled to host this remarkable event and contribute to the collective efforts in achieving a greener future.

Informative and Engaging Sessions

The symposium kicked off with a delightful breakfast, offering attendees an opportunity to network and connect with like-minded professionals in the energy management field. The day progressed with a series of engaging presentations covering a wide range of topics, all aimed at helping participants enhance their energy efficiency efforts.

New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium Guests

The first session, “A Holistic Approach to Your Energy,” presented by Big Shine Energy, set the stage for the day by emphasizing the importance of taking a comprehensive approach to energy management. Attendees gained valuable insights into optimizing energy consumption, reducing costs, and implementing sustainable practices within their organizations.

The following session, “A Roadmap to Compliance with NYC Local Laws,” jointly presented by Big Shine Energy and the NYC Accelerator Program, shed light on the regulatory landscape of New York City. Attendees learned about the requirements and best practices necessary to meet compliance standards, ensuring their organizations are aligned with the city’s sustainability goals.

Andrew Chintz at the New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium Hosted by Big Shine Energy
Andrew Chintz, Financing Specialist with the New York City Accelerator

After a refreshing coffee break, the symposium delved into the topic of future-proofing energy systems with “A Holistic Energy Optimization,” presented once again by Big Shine Energy. Participants discovered innovative strategies and technologies to future-proof their energy infrastructure, maximizing efficiency and resilience in the face of evolving energy demands.

The session on “Rebates + Incentives for Your Energy Projects,” presented by Con Edison, provided attendees with valuable information on financial incentives available for energy projects. Participants learned how to leverage these incentives to support their sustainability initiatives and drive meaningful change within their organizations.

Kevon Brown at the New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium Hosted by Big Shine Energy
Kevon Brown, Business Development Senior Advisor at Con Edison

Live demos offered an interactive experience, showcasing practical solutions and technologies in action. Attendees had the opportunity to witness first-hand how these innovations can optimize energy consumption and improve efficiency.

The day concluded with a networking lunch, allowing attendees to engage in discussions and forge new connections. Conversations centered around shared goals of sustainability and the exchange of ideas to foster a greener future.

Key Takeaways

The New York Energy Independence & Resiliency Symposium served as a platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration among professionals in the energy management field. The event highlighted the importance of a holistic approach to energy, embracing compliance with local laws, future-proofing energy systems, and leveraging incentives for energy projects. These key takeaways empower organizations to make informed decisions, reduce their environmental impact, and gain a competitive edge in the ever-evolving energy landscape.

If you missed it, you can RSVP to one of our upcoming Energy Management Symposium Series events this summer.

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