Commercial & Investment Division (CID) - Westchester Clean Energy

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No Charge
Tuesday May 21, 2019
9:00AM - 10:30AM
HGAR White Plains
One Maple Ave - Top Floor
White Plains, NY 10605

The ConEd planned moratorium caused a great deal of uncertainty for the commercial and residential real estate market in lower Westchester County. Alternative energy sources are being evaluated to allow businesses and residents the opportunity to expand and grow in light of potentially restricted access to ConEd resourses. Join scott Smith from NYSERDA and Nick Ward-Willis from Keane and Beane Attorneys at Law as we understand the current state of supply and demand for energy sources in lower Westchester and explore clean energy options and incentives being provided by New York State.

A Continental Breakfast will be provided.

9:00 – 9:30 AM    Breakfast and Networking

9:30 – 10:30 AM  Program

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Scott Smith Bio

Scott Smith is a member of the Renewable Heating and Cooling Team at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority which develops and executes strategies to scale the renewable heating and cooling market in New York State including: ground source and air source heat pumps, solar thermal and biomass. Prior to joining NYSERDA, Scott worked as an environmental consultant for Dames & Moore on the clean-up of PCBs at the former General Electric Company transformer manufacturing facility in Hudson Falls. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma.

Nicholas Ward-Willis Bio

Nicholas Ward-Willis represents businesses, developers, individuals, property managers and public bodies in a variety of land use, real estate and environmental issues, ranging from commercial and real estate transactions to state and federal environmental litigation. Mr. Ward-Willis has extensive experience in negotiating orders on consent with state and federal agencies in a variety of matters, including hazardous waste sites and oil spill sites. In the course of representation of his clients, Mr. Ward-Willis interacts with consultants on oil spills, mold and hazardous waste remediations. He represents private clients before various land use boards and assists the firm’s public and private sector clients in complying with the State Environmental Quality Review Act, the New York City Watershed Regulations and other environmental laws.