This installment of the AEG Podcast features Susanne DesRoches, deputy director of Infrastructure and Energy at the Mayor’s Office. She emphasized three things; the aftermath of Sandy, how we look at vulnerability now, and how these things mesh with the city’s GHG reduction goals. After Superstorm Sandy hit in 2013, New York City developed “Stronger More Resilient NY,” a plan with 257 initiatives to recover from the storm and rebuild communities stronger than before.
This installment of the AEG Podcast features Michael DeSocio, senior manager at New York Independent System Operator (NYISO). He spoke on critical infrastructure and the January ‘98 upstate ice storm when the power went out for almost three weeks. The area that was affected is now installing a microgrid to prevent future disasters like the 1998 upstate ice storm. The microgrid will use local renewable resources as much as possible and will be the nation’s largest municipal microgrid. The proposal calls for 3 megawatts (MW) of combined heat and power generators, 2 MW of solar PV, 2 MW of storage, and 900 kW or more of hydropower.
This installment of the AEG Podcast features Paul Tyno, strategic energy advisor of Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC). He shared his expertise on the energy industry as he laid out the master plan for BNMC partnered with National Grid. With 17,000 people on campus and medical equipment that can have life-threatening implications from energy disruptions, critical energy infrastructure must be prioritized.
This installment of the AEG Podcast features Damei Jack, Manager of Distributed Resource Integration at Con Edison. Damei presented the implementation of non-wire solutions. From energy efficiency and distributed power generation, Con Edison is upgrading from traditional systems to a more reliable and cleaner energy system. The Brooklyn Queens Demand Management Program (BQDM) is one of the non-wire solution projects, identifying North East Queens and Brooklyn with significant growth and a need for load deductions.
In this special installment of the AEG Podcast, Advanced Energy Group Fellow Daniel Cohen speaks with Jen Roberton, Transportation Policy Analyst with the New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. Throughout the episode, Daniel and Ms. Roberton discuss the current state of electric vehicles in New York City, including the electrification of parking lots.
From June 19th to the 23rd of 2017, Advanced Energy Group Founder & CEO H.G. Chissell led the New York Energy System Transformation Delegation trip to Berlin to study the German Energiewende. This installment of the AEG Podcast features a conversation between Mr. Chissell and Projjal Dutta, Director of Sustainability Initiatives for the MTA.
In this special installment of the AEG Podcast, New York Advanced Energy speaks with Richard Cohen, Vice President of Facilities Operations for NYU Langone Medical Center. Mr. Cohen provided New York Advanced Energy with a rigorous rundown of the facility’s power management systems, resiliency efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and more.
From June 19th to the 23rd of 2017, Advanced Energy Group Founder & CEO H.G. Chissell led the New York Energy System Transformation Delegation trip to Berlin to study the German Energiewende. This installment of the AEG Podcast features an introduction from David Armour, Chief City Executive of the Siemens Corporation.
From June 19th to the 23rd of 2017, Advanced Energy Group Founder & CEO H.G. Chissell led the New York Energy System Transformation Delegation trio to Berlin to study the German Energiewende. In this episode of the AEG Podcast, Mr. Chissell discusses the nation’s energy transformation through the lens of mobility with Mark Simon, Director of Alternate Fuel Programs for the New York City Department of Transportation.