Retrofitting to Scale Session 2: Innovations and Examples of Scale

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New technologies, practices and business models are being piloted to reduce energy consumption on a large scale. In this session from our 2019 Conference, Retrofitting to Scale, industry experts present how state-of-the-art innovations can help achieve scalability and reduce costs.

Clay Nesler
Vice President of Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs
Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls delivers integrated building technologies and solutions to customers in over 150 countries. Nesler is responsible for global sustainability and policy initiatives. He currently serves on the board of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, the General Services Administration Green Buildings Advisory Group, the executive group of the US DEP/EPA Senior Environmental Employment Action Network, and the International Energy Agency’s Energy Efficiency Industry Advisory Board. Nesler helped establish the UN Sustainable Energy for All Building Efficiency Accelerator with World Resources Institute, where he serves as industry co-convener and senior advisor.
Loic Chappoz
Multifamily Team Lead
NYSERDA promotes energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources. Chappoz leads NYSERDA’s multifamily team, focusing on improving the efficiency of existing residential buildings across the state. Prior to his work with NYSERDA, Chappoz worked as an independent consultant on energy efficiency policies in Europe, as a fuel efficiency specialist in the airline industry and as a commercial pilot.
Anne Evens
Elevate Energy
Elevate Energy is a nonprofit organization in Chicago dedicated to designing and implementing clean energy and efficiency programs that lower costs, protect the environment, and ensure that the benefits of energy efficiency reach those who need them most. Evens manages a growing staff of over 100 talented professionals and provides oversight for programs related to energy efficiency retrofits in multifamily buildings, building energy performance, regional energy and climate planning, and dynamic electricity pricing initiatives. Evens has worked in energy efficiency and affordable housing for over 25 years in both the nonprofit and governmental sectors in the U.S. and in southern Africa.
Tom Feeney
Vice President of Operations and Engineering
Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town
Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town is a private real estate development in Manhattan consisting of 110 residential buildings. In 2018, the development became the first-ever multifamily community in New York to be awarded LEED Platinum certification. Feeney leads operations and engineering for the development. He has over 38 years of experience in property management and building operations.

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