Thursday, March 01, 2018
5:00 – 8:15 pm
The Community Church of New York
40 East 35th Street
New York, NY 10016
6:00 “Renewable Energy Tax/Tariff and Multifamily Microgrid Tie-ins”
Nick Gogerty, Solarcoin Foundation
Nick Gogerty is a private account strategist and general problem solver for the world’s leading hedge funds, banks, technology firms, and scientific research institutes. He has worked as a quantitative developer and trader on a proprietary foreign exchange desk in London, advised major institutions and the government on risk, and been a serial entrepreneur at the convergence of technology and media. He is deeply interested in growing sustainable economic value and reducing global poverty.
Mcgowan Southworth, Brooklyn Power
Mcgowan is an artist, songwriter and sustainability advocate. His passion for sustainability and co-op housing led him to co-found Brooklyn Power, a social network company dedicated to renewable energy. He loves to get his hands dirty, so his idea of playing hooky from work is to show up at a job site and pitch in with a solar crew.
Christian Roselund, PV Magazine
Christian Roselund runs the PV Magazine USA project. He has covered solar, energy storage and the global transition to renewable energy for eight years for various outlets, including writing articles for Guardian, IEEE Spectrum and German Energy Transition. His areas of focus include state-level and federal renewable energy policies and the challenges of grid integration of large amounts of wind and solar.
Source: Green Events
Solar Salon NYC: Renewable Energy Tax/Tariff and Multifamily Microgrid Tie-ins