2019 Multifamily Summit, October 21-23, Tarrytown, New York

  • 21 October 2019 To 23 October 2019
  • Event Host : NYSERDA
  • Event Location : DoubleTree by Hilton Tarrytown, 455 South Broadway, Tarrytown, NY, 10591, United States
Multifamily Summit, NYSERDA
Event Description

NYSERDA’s 2019 Multifamily Summit, a two-day interactive event, brings together multifamily industry professionals to discuss the latest trends, technologies, best practices, and regulations to make multifamily buildings more energy efficient.

During the Summit, you will hear from industry experts on timely topics such as emerging energy policy and code, deep energy retrofits, programs funding low-carbon and innovation in multifamily properties, among much more. 

The Multifamily Summit’s interdisciplinary content attracts a variety of market actors across the multifamily sector such as architecture, policy, design, and construction. This is a great opportunity to learn new ways to bring value to your clients and solve some of their most pressing challenges, as well as network and form partnerships with other professionals in the industry.

Who Should Attend?

RegisterAttendance is recommended for, but not limited to:

  • Energy Service Professionals – energy managers, energy auditors, and HVAC contractors
  • Solution Providers – architects, engineers, and consultants
  • Utilities
  • State and Local Agencies & Advocates associated with multifamily buildings
  • Developers, property managers, and building owners
  • Financing partners
  • Building Owners - 1/2 day session focused on topics impacting today's owners of multifamily properties.

Why Attend?

Attendees will access the tools and knowledge needed to keep up with the industry, while simultaneously forging dynamic partnerships.

  • Hear about innovative advancements in the carbon-neutral building industry
  • Expand knowledge on integrating renewable technologies in multifamily building upgrades
  • Meet energy financial and planning experts
  • Understand new energy codes and policies affecting the multifamily industry
  • Learn about emerging technologies for multifamily contractors
  • Network with experts and thought leaders in the multifamily building and design industry
  • Grow your client base and create new business opportunities
  • Discover available programs and incentives

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  • Sponsors
    • The Summit is sponsored by NYSERDA’s Multifamily and New Construction Teams

      NYSERDA’s Multifamily Team offers programs to support and spur adoption of energy efficiency in multifamily properties. Two current offers are the Multifamily Performance Program (MPP) and Real Time Energy Management (RTEM). MPP is an incentive program through which NYSERDA-qualified Multifamily Building Solutions Providers work with building owners and managers to create a customized plan for energy savings along with reduced energy bills. The RTEM program provides cost-share incentives for project expenses related to the installation and servicing of an RTEM system that collects live and historical performance data that can be analyzed to identify optimization opportunities for the site’s energy usage.

      NYSERDA’s New Construction program offers support to residential developers and builders for the construction and renovation of energy-efficient single-family homes, townhomes, low-rise multifamily buildings, and high-rise multifamily buildings. Projects designed and constructed with support from these programs use proven technologies and advanced building practices. In addition to program offers and incentives, this year NYSERDA launched the three-round, $30 million competition, Buildings of Excellence. Learn more about the competition at
  • Event type
    • Conference

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