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New York City Chapter

The New York Chapter of the United States Association for Energy Economics is committed to expanding the reach of energy information in both the private and public sectors in the State of New York, and surrounding area.

Its goals are to:

  • provide for the mutual association of persons interested in energy economics in order to create a forum for professional discussion
  • provide a means of professional communication and exchange of experience and ideas among persons interested in energy economics from within New York and the surrounding area
  • educate the community on energy economic issues

Anyone interested in the array of issues affecting energy economics--including theory, markets, public policy, and the environment--is invited to join and actively participate.

The Chapter holds periodic luncheon meetings featuring guest speakers. Please contact the Chapter President for further information.

Chapter Website: www.usaeenyc.org

 

President

Carl Liggio
Pharos EI
3801 Canterbury Road
Baltimore, MD, 21218

Secretary

Jessica Corriere
c/o Consolidated Edison
4 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003

Treasurer

Madlen Massarlian
c/o Consolidated Edison
4 Irving Place
New York, NY 10003

Board Member

David Bomke
New York Energy Consumers Council, Inc.
11 Penn Plaza, Fl 22
New York, NY, 10001-2006

Board Member

Micah Kotch
NYC ACRE
65 E. 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11218

Board Member

Angelique Mercurio
Cora Capital Advisors
445 Park Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, New York 10022

General Counsel

Joseph F. Daniels
Hodgson Russ LLP
1540 Broadway, 24th Floor
New York, NY 10036

 

New York Events

March Luncheon

Topic: Salem Harbor Power Plant Repowering

Speaker(s): Robert F. Fox, Jr., AIA Partner at COOKFOX Architects and Terrapin Bright

Date: Thursday, March 27rd, 2014

Meeting Location: Tonic Bar 727 7th Ave, bw 48th and 49th. Upstairs Dining Room. Access via the following subway lines - 1,N,R,W,B,D,F,V,C,E.

Meeting Time: 12:00 - 2:00pm

Price: Members $25, Non-Members $30. ($10 premium for walk-ins)

RSVP: Limited space. RSVP & Pay Online here

Detail:

Please join the New York Association for Energy Economics when we welcome Robert F. Fox, Jr., AIA Partner at COOKFOX Architects and Terrapin Bright to our monthly NYAEE Luncheon on Thursday, March 27th, 2014.

Bob will discuss the details of repowering the Salem Harbor Station by Footprint Power.

The Salem Harbor Station, built between 1948 and 1951, is a coal fired power station which occupies a 65-acre site in Salem, MA. One of the region's dirtiest coal and oil burning power generators, the 748 MW station sits within the historical maritime hub of Salem's waterfront. The facility is topped by three towering smokestacks that pierce the skyline, and can be seen from many parts of Salem as well as the neighboring communities of Beverly and Marblehead. Effectively powering 745,000 homes at its peak productivity, the plant was long targeted as a polluter by environmentalists and is included in Massachusetts' so-called "Filthy Five." Upgrades and retrofits to improve emissions were prohibitively expensive for the plant's operator, and as a result it was ordered to shut down by 2014 for violations of the Clean Air Act.

Footprint Power, a start-up power company dedicated to sustainable solutions, seized the opportunity to purchase the aging coal-fired power plant. Their intention is to redevelop the 65-acre site by demolishing the existing facility and constructing a new cleaner, gas-fired combined cycle facility on 20 acres of the existing site, allowing for mixed and industrial uses in the remaining area. The new state-of- the-art plant, slated to provide 630 MW of power and be in full operation by 2016, will not only reduce carbon emissions, but its "Quick Start" capability can help develop new renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar power which need readily available backup power to account for constantly changing weather conditions.

Bob Fox is a leader in the New York City green building movement. In 2003, Bob joined with Rick Cook to form COOKFOX Architects, a firm devoted to creating environmentally responsible high-performance buildings, including the LEED Platinum Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park. In the summer of 2006, Bob and Rick joined Bill Browning and Chris Garvin to form the strategic consulting firm, Terrapin Bright Green.

Bob was the only architect on Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Advisory Council for the Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability. Additionally, he is the Founding Chair and current member of the Board of Directors for the US Green Building Council/NY Chapter, the Chairman of the GSA Green Building Advisory Committee and a GSA Peer Reviewer, a member of the USGBC Center for Green Schools Advisory Board, and a member of the Interface Dream Green Team and the Ray C. Anderson Foundation Advisory Board. Bob has been honored with many awards, including a Leadership Award from the US Green Building Council, the New York City Council's inaugural "Big Green Apple" Award, and the Urban Visionary Award from the Cooper Union.

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