Rechargeable Buildings: Battery Storage Comes to NYC

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Missed the roundtable? Read the recap on our blog, Points of View.

Battery storage could provide a solution when energy demand spikes beyond what New York City's electric grid is able to handle. Join us for a discussion with John Cerveny (Director of Resource Management with NY-BEST) about the different battery options, how they reduce demand, and the financial incentives available for installation.

NY-BEST (the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium) serves as an expert resource on energy storage. They work with storage-related companies and organizations to access financing, research capabilities, potential partners, technology developers, manufacturers, and other private sector and government resources.

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John Cerveny
Director of Resource Development, NY-BEST

John is the Director of Resource Development for NY-BEST where he leads efforts to make connections between and among members, funding sources and the community at large. He previously ran New Energy Resources in Schenectady and has held senior leadership positions at several fuel cell companies.

Andrew McCornack
Energy Efficiency Project Manager, Willdan Energy Solutions

Andrew is an energy efficiency consultant with Willdan Energy Solutions focused on the commercial real estate sector. He is working to introduce new “grid edge” technologies like energy storage and distributed generation in New York City and beyond.


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