Chamber to host “Brooklyn: The Sustainable Future”

April 8, 2012 by  

This April, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce will be doing its part for the environment with the presentation of “Brooklyn: The Sustainable Future”.

Working in partnership with the National Grid, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is going to be hosting a three hour presentation that’s going by the official title of “Brooklyn: The Sustainable Future”. Taking place on April 26th, local business owners and professionals have the option of attending this event and hearing about the latest developments in the field of renewable energy.

On a company level, the conservation of resources is a fantastic way to save money in the long-term. This can be as simple as outsourcing jobs like postcard printing and poster printing to local print companies or as involved as the fitting of a whole new heating system. As clean energy technology has continued to progress, the potential applications have grown as well.

John Salmon of Solar Energy Systems, Andrew Kimball of Brooklyn Navy Yard, Dr. Gerry Gorman from Lumisolair, and Scot Medbury of President Botanic Gardens will be giving those present an opportunity to get up to date on all the latest developments.

Starting at 8:30am and expected to last for at least 3 hours until 11:30am, this is an occasion that could very well require some rearranging of schedules. That being said, this is a topic that matters to businesses of all sectors. With the Brooklyn Chamber offering a Brooklyn Navy Yard tour to those who register early, it can’t hurt to go online and sign up for this one.