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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.

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Carl Liggio
Pharos Enterprise Intelligence, LLC

Vice President

Steven Lichtin
Stasis Energy

Board Member

David F. Bomke
The Fulcrum Group

Board Member

Andrew Hunter
Cornell University

Board Member

Harry Charalambides

Board Member

Sara Jayanthi
New England Clean Energy Council

Board Member

Tim Lezgus


New York Events

February Luncheon, February 11, 2016

Topic: Data Driven Decision Analysis for the Urban Environment

Speaker(s): Professor Constantine Kontokosta

Date: February 11, 2016

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


Please join the New York Association for Energy Economics when we welcome Professor Constantine Kontokosta on Thursday, February 11th, 2016.

Data analytics and data-driven decision-making represent a significant opportunity to revolutionize the provision of city services and the design and evaluation of urban policy. In a climate of tightening resources and greater demands on city infrastructure, the application of improved data collection methods, new analytical tools, and better operational intelligence that yields actionable insight is becoming the foundation for the next generation of city management and urban policy. This presentation will highlight the opportunities and challenges using existing and new streams of data to inform city operations, focusing on building energy data and energy efficiency programs. It will conclude with the discussion of a new research initiative — the Quantified Community — that demonstrates the potential to advance urban design and planning by integrating urban IoT technologies, large-scale data fusion, and community engagement and problem-solving.

Professor Constantine E. Kontokosta, PhD, PE, is the Deputy Director for Academics at the NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) and is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Urban Informatics at NYU CUSP and the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Urban Engineering. He is also the Principal Investigator and Head of the CUSP Quantified Community research facility. Prof. Kontokosta serves as a Faculty Engineer-in-Residence at the NYU Incubators, mentoring cleantech and smart city start-up companies from early stage idea refinement to technology demonstration and deployment. Dr. Kontokosta's research lies at the intersection of urban planning, data science, and systems engineering, and he has worked with numerous city agencies on issues of urban sustainability and resilience, most recently leading the data analysis in support of the NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability building energy efficiency goals. As part of this work, he leads the CUSP Urban Sustainability Informatics research area, focusing on urban energetics and data-driven climate change mitigation strategies for cities. Dr. Kontokosta holds a Ph.D., M.Phil, and M.S. in Urban Planning, specializing in urban economics and econometrics, from Columbia University, an M.S. in Real Estate Finance from New York University, and a B.S.E. in Civil Engineering Systems from the University of Pennsylvania.

Register online at: this link.

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