NEW VIDEO –<BR> The Multi-Family Salon, Brooklyn

The Multi-Family Salon, Brooklyn

04 Feb 2014, Posted by admin0 in Blog, Events

Hosted by the New York Solar Energy Society and Scarano Architect PLLC, the Multi-Family Salon, held at Scarano Architects, Brooklyn New York discussed existing and potential policies to raise consciousness of the importance of energy conservation.





Round Table Discussion centered around potential EE/RE laws. We shall discuss existing and potential policies to raise consciousness of the importance of energy conservation.






Jessica Baldwin

Owner, Solar Plumbing Design, urban plumber, believes in the living building as our path to survival. Jessica has prepared questions to lead us in an in depth discussion about solar in the true style of The Salon.


Jessica Baldwin, NYSES Member

Jeremiah Jancik
Founder, Apollo Solar and Energy, Jeremiah focuses on photovoltaic (PV) array installation, inspection, operations and maintenance. As an IREC certified Master Trainer, he teaches contractors about installation and, as a Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) professional, he addresses Electrical Engineering.

Mcgowan Southworth
The Successful Co-op PV Experience. Mcgowan convinced his 69 unit Sun Gardens Co-op to install a 50 kw Solar PV system with submetering and enrollment in NYSERDA’s Multi Family Performance Program. Mcgowan is an artist who has lived to tell the tale.

Board president McGowan Southworth (l.) and Fiveboro Solar’s Bret Heilig
Photo courtesy Habitat Magazine.

Robert Scarano, AIA
Architect and Developer of Bright ‘n Green, NYC’s 1st Net Zero Energy Healthy Living Residential Multi Family Building.


Robert Scarano, Jr., AIA, FARA, ALA with AIA Brooklyn vice president Ida Galea


LocationScarano Architect
110 York Street, 5th floor DUMBO, Brooklyn
Located between Jay & Pearl


Light refreshments
Reservations: $25.00 via PayPal or at Door

Sponsorships available: $500.00 Wine and Cheese Reception


Click Here to RSVP & Purchase Tickets

Special thank you to Jessica Baldwin for arranging the space.

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