Two Great Energy Events Next Week in NYC

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It is always a hard choice when two great events happen to be on the same day. Oh, there are two great events on November 3rd, 2016 in New York City.

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BuildingEnergy NYC

The whole day conference organized by the beloved NESEA (North East Sustainable Energy Association) will feature different areas of building energy, including the basic codes and standards, practical energy strategies and financing, emerging Passive house and resilient design, as well as energy policies.

I joined the NESEA NYC conference last year in the fall and the Boston conference this year in the spring. It was always a delight to join NESEA events, knowing something new, meeting some wonderful new people and get inspired by the great speakers!

Nov 3, 2016, 7am – 5:30pm,  TKP Conference Center, http://nesea.org/conference/buildingenergy-nyc

Cleantech Conference New York – Berlin

This conference is organized by German American Chambers of Commerce. Business and policy experts from Germany and the U.S. will talk about the cleantech sectors. It will be very exciting to hear the development path and the keys to success in two countries. Cleantech conference will also invite some startups to discuss the impact of  startups for the cleantech sector in Germany and the U.S.

I feel the perspective of Cleantech conference is very interesting. This year, I will go to the Cleanteach conference. Did I mention it is free to join the Cleantech conference?

Nov 3, 2016, 9:30am – 5pm, Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, http://www.gaccny.com/en/events/our-events/gacc-event/events/cleantech-conference-new-york-berlin/

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