Ariella Maron: Tenant behavior and Energy Efficiency

Ariella Maron and Constantine Kontokosta weigh the importance of changing tenant behavior when reducing energy consumption in commericial and residential buildings.

Ariella Maron: Incentivizing efficiency in public agencies

Ariella Maron describes New York City’s “Energy Incentive Alignment Program”, an innovative way to compel public agencies to start focusing on energy efficiency.

Ariella Maron: Where are the jobs in building energy efficiency?

Ariella Maron lays out the growth potential of New York City’s building energy efficiency sector.

Constantine Kontokosta: The Power of Data

Constantine Kontokosta from NYU describess how the NYC benchmarking study sheds light on the contractor landscape in the building energy efficiency sector.

Constantine Kontokosta: The Power of Data pt.2

Constantine Kontokosta creates a correlation between restaurant calorie reporting and the NYC benchmarking data.

Cleantech Mobile Apps: Energy Analytics in your Pocket

The panel talks about existing cleantech mobile apps and explores the mobile platform’s future potential for utilities and energy auditors. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Data-Driven Innovation: What’s Happening in NYC?

The panel tackles the importance of data in driving future cleantech innovation and runs down what is already taking place in New York. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

Rick Thompson: The Intersection of Data and Renewables

Greentech Media’s Rick Thompson and Con Edison’s Michael Harrington discuss the challenges and opportunities that data presents for renewable energy production. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” on March 22, 2012.

How Analytics Can Solve Expensive Energy Problems

The panel explores the question, “What is the most expensive problem that big data can solve in the energy world?” Con Edison’s Michael Harrington and Efficiency 2.0’s Mark Smith expound on how data allows utilities to better plan capital investments, while Johnson Controls’ Domenic Armano provides a building perspective. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing […]

Cleantech in the Cloud

The panel discusses how cloud-based systems are changing the landscape for utilities and private companies working in energy efficiency. Clip from “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” from March 22, 2012.

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