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Community Preservation Corporation (CPC)

28 East 28th St., 9th Fl.
New York, New York 10016
212-869-5300
ederry@communityp.com
http://communityp.com
As a leading nonprofit affordable housing and
community revitalization finance company, we
utilize our deep, strategic relationships to create
customized loan opportunities for our customers. As
a trusted partner in your success, we work hand-inhand with you to help maximize the potential of your
multifamily project and its impact on the community.
One of the biggest barriers to pursuing energy
efficiency can be restricted access to sufficient capital.
In an attempt to cut both costs and carbon footprints,
CPC has developed a financing methodology to
catalyze integration of energy efficiency and water
conservation measures into construction loans. This
allows for a quality retrofit that locks in energy and
water savings, helping to ensure long term economic
stability of the property.
Specialties: Finance/CPA, Money & Business,
Multifamily, Real Estate, The Big Picture

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Connecticut Green Bank

845 Brook St.
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067
303-459-7840
craig.connolly@ctgreenbank.com
http://www.ctgreenbank.com
The Connecticut Green Bank is the nation's first
green bank. We're creating a thriving marketplace
to accelerate green energy adoption in Connecticut
by making green energy financing accessible
and affordable for homeowners, businesses and
institutions. We partner with private-sector investors
to create low-cost, long-term, sustainable financing to
implement green energy measures in the residential,
commercial, industrial, institutional and infrastructure
sectors.
Specialties: Finance/CPA, Photovoltaics, Solar
Thermal

Conservation Solutions Corporation

162 Great Rd., Ste. 7
Acton, Massachusetts 01720
978-266-1900
dcook@conservationsolutions.com
http://www.conservationsolutions.com
Since 1993 Conservation Solutions Corporation has
provided our customers with creative solutions to
energy and water problems in their facilities and
buildings. We accomplish the energy and water
savings while keeping people comfortable and
satisfaction a priority. In industrial facilities we
increase efficiency and improve production. We are
acknowledged experts in electronic resonance water
treatment, water filtration, heat recovery, metering,
efficient lighting, plug load efficiency, steam system
optimization, heating and cooling system efficiency
improvements and creative project financing.
We have a staff of dedicated experts available to
troubleshooting problems and apply a line of proven
and tested "state of the art" technologies.
Specialties: Commercial & Institutional, Consultancy,
Energy Conservation

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.
(Con Ed)

100 Summit Lake Dr., Ste. 410
Valhalla, New York 10595
212-460-4771
fedync@coned.com
http://www.coned.com/energyefficiency/
Con Edison provides energy to 3.4 million customers
in New York and Westchester County, New York.
Newsweek recently named the company the 'Greenest'
utility in the United States. To learn more about our
energy-saving programs, visit conEd.com/greenteam.
Specialties: Alternative Energy

Cornerstone Architecture

700 Richmond St., Ste. 110
London, Ontario N6A 5C7
519-432-6644
cornerstone@cornerstonearchitecture.ca
http://www.cornerstonearchitecture.ca
Established in 1991, our firm has developed a wide
range of experience in a variety of sectors from
children's facilities to seniors' communities; as well
as educational, administrative, healthcare, and
community projects. Our clients include both public
and private sector organizations, as well as not-forprofit groups and private individuals. As the leading
firm in our region, we encourage all of our clients to
consider opportunities for reducing the impact of their
buildings on the environment.
Specialties: Architecture

Cosella-Dörken Products, Inc.

4655 Delta Way
Beamsville, Ontario LOR 1B4
888-433-5824
tkimmel@cosella-dorken.com
http://www.cosella-dorken.com
Cosella-Dörken delivers innovative, high-performance
air and moisture barriers for commercial and
residential construction sold under the DELTA®
brand name. Building green involves the business of
manufacturing. Therefore we do not manufacture
products or by-products which can negatively impact
our world. We are very sensitive to protecting our
environment and the people who are in our employ,
while producing high quality, sustainable products
that will create healthier living environments.
Specialties: Indoor Air Quality, Manufacturing

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016

From the Executive Director and Board Chair
New York City is Transforming Buildings for a Low Carbon Future
Does Electric Grid 2.0 Mean Energy Democracy?
Resiliency for Affordable Multifamily Housing: What We Have Learned and What We Still Need to Know
Break It or Lose It: Thermal Bridging in Rainscreen Systems
My PEI is Better Than Your PEI
Life Cycle Assessment at the Speed of Design
From Theory to Reality: Our Journey Toward Sustainability Building a Net Zero Home
Solar Policy in the Northeast: What’s New, What’s Next?
BuildingEnergy Green Pages
Index to Advertisers / Ad.com
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - New York City is Transforming Buildings for a Low Carbon Future
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - Resiliency for Affordable Multifamily Housing: What We Have Learned and What We Still Need to Know
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - My PEI is Better Than Your PEI
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - Life Cycle Assessment at the Speed of Design
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - From Theory to Reality: Our Journey Toward Sustainability Building a Net Zero Home
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - Solar Policy in the Northeast: What’s New, What’s Next?
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2016 - BuildingEnergy Green Pages
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