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U.S. Dept. of Energy's Kathleen Hogan and NYC Economic Development Corp.'s Kyle Kimball are keynote speakers

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February 24, 2014 ( renewable energy stocks newswire) The NYU Schack Institute's fourth Annual Conference on Sustainable Real Estate, "Taking Stock and Moving Forward: Ideas for the Next Generation of Sustainable Real Estate," will take place on Thursday, February 27 at the New York University Kimmel Center for University Life at 8:30 a.m.

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The morning keynote speaker is Kathleen Hogan, deputy assistant secretary for Energy Efficiency of the U.S. Department of Energy. The lunchtime speaker will be Kyle Kimball, president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation.

The Conference will critically evaluate the accomplishments of the real estate and construction industries in adopting and implementing sustainable practices in order to develop a clear understanding of what has worked and where further opportunities remain.

The Four panels include:

  • "Before Looking Forward: What Has Been Achieved?" Moderated by NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate's Stuart Brodsky, the panel includes Hines' Andrew Cooke, Institute for Market Transformation's Cliff Majersik, Brandywine Realty Trust's Brad Molotsky, and USAA Real Estate Company's Brenna Walraven.
  • "A Changing Marketplace for Green: What Can We Learn from the Data?" Moderated by The Real Estate Roundtable's Duane Desiderio, the panel includes: Gardiner & Associates' David Gardiner, Natural Resources Defense Council's Laurie Kerr, Vornado Realty Trust's Sukanya Paciorek, and TIAA-CREF's Nicholas E. Stolatis.
  • "Innovative Approaches to Energy Efficiency and Sustainability" Moderated by BuildingGreen Inc.'s Nadav Malin, the panel includes: Albanese Organization's Michael Gubbins, New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation's Susan Leeds, Natural Resources Defense Council's Yerina Mugica, and New York State Research and Development Authority's Marsha Walton.
  • "Charting a Future for Sustainable Real Estate" Moderated by the NYU Schack Center for the Sustainable Built Environment's Dr. Constantine Kontokosta, the panel includes: Rudin Management Inc.'s John. J. Gilbert III, Crust Young New York Inc.'s Henk De Jong, and Jonathan Rose Companies' Wendy Rowden.

** RSVP Requested by Tues, Feb 25.


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