On March 14, we found ourselves with a difficult choice to make with two overlapping events. With such varied agendas and such important topics to discuss and information to glean, we didn’t choose to attend either or, but rather, BOTH. That morning, our team packed their bags, waved goodbye, and traveled to their respective locales, effectively dividing and conquering to make the most of the second Wednesday in the month.
What was on the agenda you ask?
Workshops and presentations centered on ways to reduce energy consumption, improve efficiency and save you, dear reader, money. Interested in learning more? Well, read on.
PSEG Energize Long Island Conference: Our first stop was the Hilton Long Island / Huntington in New York. Here, we heard from speakers from Energize NY and NYSERDA about incentive programs for installing environmentally friendly heating and cooling systems and representatives from PSEG Long Island about the unique energy demands of the City. Aegis’ own, Craig Mederios, even took to the podium to discuss how CHP can help buildings go green and save green. We are always in the search for new financing options to ease the financial burden for our customers. If you are interested in learning more about grant and financial assistance, we encourage you to learn more on our website or contact one of our representatives.
NY-BEST Annual Meeting & Conference: Capture the Energy 2018: As the name implies, NY-BEST was in fact held in New York; Albany to be exact. This event centered around changing technologies and featured remarks from leaders in policy, markets and technology. Of most interest to us perhaps was the portion of the program centered around New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV), Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s comprehensive energy strategy for the state. With such goals as a 40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, we find ourselves at the forefront of change with our CHP technology which not only offers reduced emissions to help combat global warming, but touts increased efficiency compared to traditional power plants.
All in all, we’d consider our whirlwind March 14 a success. Today, we find ourselves re-energized and available should you have any questions of our travels or our products or services. We’d love to hear from you.