[스위치X] 11월 4일 스위치X(swytchX) 세계최대금융그룹인 JP모건체이스와 파트너쉽으로 개발한 블록체인플랫폼 즉 에너지및 탄소상쇄 데이터관리 프로그램이 기후변화해결하는 혁신상을 뉴욕주에너지소비자협의회로부터 받았다.

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[스위치X] 114일 스위치X(swytchX) 세계최대금융그룹인 JP모건체이스와 파트너쉽으로 개발한 블록체인플랫폼 즉 에너지및 탄소상쇄 데이터관리 프로그램이 기후변화해결하는 혁신상을 뉴욕주에너지소비자협의회로부터 받았다.

[뉴욕, 2019114/PRNewswire-PRWeb] 뉴욕주 최대에너지소비자단체인 NYECC (New York Energy Consumers Council) 즉 뉴욕주 에너지소비자협의회는 2019114일 에너지뉴욕어워드 (ENYA) 수상자들을 발표했다. ENYA는 스마트 에너지 사용 및 보존 분야에서 탁월한 리더십과 혁신을 보여주는 기업이나 단체, 각 건물이나 에너지생산현장을 넘어서 에너지혁신개발에 노력한 조직과 개인에게 존중을 표하면서 이 상을 준다. 뉴욕주 에너지연구및개발공사의 사장 겸 CEO 인 알리시아 바튼 (Alicia Barton)은 이 행사에서 기조연설을 했다. 수상자 및 수상단체, 기업은 아래와 같다.

1. 뉴욕 & 뉴저지 항만청 환경 및 에너지 프로그램 담당 이사 크리스틴 웨이디그 (Christine Weydig )는 항만청이 파리기후협약을 수용하고 항공, 해운, 철도 및 표면 관련 이해 당사자들과의 협력의 원동력 역할을 하여 비전상을 수상했다. 운송 부문에서 운영 중 탈탄소화 노력에 대한 상이다.

2. JPMorgan ChaseswytchX는 온실가스 배출량 데이터 추적을 향상시키는 블록체인통합플랫폼 개발성공과 2020년 말까지 전 세계 JP모건이 운영하는 사업체 및 관련기관 건물과 땅에 100% 재생에너지 공급과 스위치X 디바이브 및 데이터관리에 대한 JPMorgan의 약속, 즉 스위치X가 개발한 REC 디바이스 칩을 전사에 장착하는 조건의 두 기업의 파트너십으로 혁신상을 수상했다. (JP모건과 스위치x는 지난 2년간 파트너로 재생에너지 REC와 동시에 탄소상쇄데이터로 탄소거래인증서를 발급하는 블록체인통합플랫폼을 개발, 성공하였고 이를 전 세계에 판매 중에 있다. 이 시상으로 정식으로 스위치XJP모건체이스의 파트너임을 홍보할 수 있으며, JP모건체이스가 운영하는 모든 기관, 은행, 사무실 및 거대한 태양광발전소등에 스위치XJP모건체이스가 공동 개발한 디바이스/칩을 넣어 데이터전송과 분석, 관리를 하게된다.)

3. Sidewalk Labs의 지속가능성 담당이사인 Charlotte Matthews 는 허드슨 야드에서 매년 2,200 명의 배기 가스를 절약 할 수있는 종류의 마이크로그리드 시스템에 대한 감독을 포함하여 에너지 분야의 선구자이자 비전가로 비전상을 수상했다.

4. 그린 넬의 녹색위원회 공동의장 인 Alan Gardner Bruce Kanze 는 수많은 도전을 극복하고 획기적인 NYC 협동 건물의 첫 번째 지역 사회 태양광설치를 성공적으로 감독하여 화석연료 전기의 40%를 상쇄하고 달성한 공로로 리더십상을 받았다. 건물의 주주 및 세금 인센티브에 대한 크레딧.

뉴욕주로부터 10 29 일 행사에서는 다음과 같은 개인과 단체가 수상했다 .

Normandy Real EstateDavid Bury 는 기존 및 장래의 모든 임차인에게 3 년 이하의 간단한 투자 회수로 에너지 효율 설계 표준을 제공했다.

세계 최초의 패시브 하우스 고층 주거용 건물을 포함하여 Roosevelt Island 캠퍼스 에서 그의 작업을 수행 한 Cornell TechDan Cooke .

미국에서 가장 큰 패시브 하우스 다세대 건물 (평방 피트 및 단위)을위한 Omni New York, LLCAbdulla Darrat .

골드만 삭스 (Goldman Sachs)Cindy Quan 은 전사적인 글로벌재생에너지 전략개발 및 장기 재생에너지 조달을 주도했다.

NYECCDiana Sweeney 전무이사는 수상자들이 NYC의 에너지와 환경에 중대한 긍정적 영향을 미친 지도자라고 추켜세웠다. 그들의 리더십, 비전 및 혁신은 우리의 에너지커뮤니티에 영향을 미쳐 우리가 새로운 기술, 프로세스 및 아이디어를 위해 끊임없이 노력하게 만든다고 말하면서 수상자들이 에너지 미래를위한 확고한 기반을 창조해달라고 다짐하였다.

 

이 행사의 주최자는 JPMorgan Chase & Co.로 전반적인 행사를 주관했다. 스폰서에는 별자리, 더스트 조직 및 베올리아가 포함된다.

뉴욕 에너지 소비자 협의회 (NYECC) 소개

뉴욕 에너지 소비자 협의회 (New York Energy Consumers Council)는 뉴욕시와 웨스트 체스터 카운티의 주요 에너지 소비자의 이익을 대표하며 합리적인 가격으로 안전하고 안정적인 에너지 공급을 보장하기 위해 노력한다. NYECC는 뉴욕주 공공서비스위원회 ( New York State Public Service Commission) 과 수많은 소송에서 지속적인 중재를 통해 회원들에게 집단적 힘과 서비스를 제공하고 있다 .

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NYECC Announces 2019 Energy New York Award Recipients for Vision, Innovation and Leadership in Energy

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Nov. 4, 2019, 06:00 AM

NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC), the largest energy customer advocacy organization in New York State, today announced its 2019 Energy New York Awards (ENYA) recipients. The ENYA honors organizations and individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership and innovation in smart energy use and conservation, and whose work has impact beyond their individual buildings or sites. Alicia Barton, President and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

Christine Weydig, Director, Environmental and Energy Programs, Port Authority of NY & NJ, received a vision award as the driving force in the Port Authority's embrace of the Paris Climate Agreement and her work with stakeholders in the aviation, shipping, rail, and surface transportation sectors to decarbonize their operations.

JPMorgan Chase and swytchX received an innovation award for their partnership to develop a blockchain-integrated platform that will enhance the tracking of GHG emissions data, as well as JPMorgan's commitment to source renewable energy for 100% of its global operations by the end of 2020.

Charlotte Matthews, Director of Sustainability, Sidewalk Labs, received a vision award for being a pioneer and visionary in the energy field, including the oversight of a one of its kind microgrid system at Hudson Yards that will annually save emissions equal to that of 2,200 American homes or 5,100 cars.

Alan Gardner and Bruce Kanze, Green Committee Co-Chairs at the Grinnell, received a leadership award for overcoming numerous challenges and successfully overseeing the first community solar installation at a landmarked NYC Co-op building, offsetting 40% of the property's electricity, and attaining credits for shareholders and tax incentives for the building.

 

The following individuals and organizations were also honored at the October 29th event.

David Bury of Normandy Real Estate for providing all existing and prospective tenants with energy efficiency design standards with simple paybacks of 3 years or less.

Dan Cooke of Cornell Tech for his work at the Roosevelt Island campus, including the first Passive House high-rise residential building in the world.

Abdulla Darrat of Omni New York, LLC for the largest Passive House multifamily building ?in square feet and units ?in the country.

Cindy Quan of Goldman Sachs for leading the development of the corporate-wide global renewable energy strategy and procurement of long-term renewable energy.

 

Diana Sweeney, Executive Director, NYECC noted "Our honorees are leaders who have made a significant, positive impact on energy and the environment in NYC. Their leadership, vision and innovation influence our energy community to continually strive for new technology, processes and ideas that create a firm foundation for our energy future."

 

JPMorgan Chase & Co. hosted the event. Sponsors included Constellation, The Durst Organization and Veolia.

 

About The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC)

 
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NYECC Announces 2019 Energy New York Award Recipients for Vision, Innovation and Leadership in Energy

ENYA winners
Dan Levin, Vice President, Energy Markets is pictured second from the left. Alan Gardner, Green Committee Co-Chair for The Grinnell is pictured fourth from the right.

Port Authority, JPMorgan Chase, swytchX, Sidewalk Labs and The Grinnell Award Recipients

 Goldman Sachs, Cornell Tech, Omni NY, Normandy Honored

NEW YORK, NY—October 30, 2019—The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC), the largest energy customer advocacy organization in New York State, today announced its 2019

Energy New York Awards (ENYA) recipients. The ENYA honors organizations and individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership and innovation in smart energy use and conservation, and whose work has impact beyond their individual buildings or sites.  Alicia Barton, President and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

  • Christine Weydig, Director, Environmental and Energy Programs, Port Authority of NY & NJ, received a vision award as the driving force in the Port Authority’s embrace of the Paris Climate Agreement and her work with stakeholders in the aviation, shipping, rail, and surface transportation sectors to decarbonize their operations.
  • JPMorgan Chase and swytchX received an innovation award for their partnership to develop a blockchain-integrated platform that will enhance the tracking of GHG emissions data, as well as JPMorgan’s commitment to source renewable energy for 100% of its global operations by the end of 2020.
  • Charlotte Matthews, Director of Sustainability, Sidewalk Labs, received a vision award for being a pioneer and visionary in the energy field, including the oversight of a one of its kind microgrid system at Hudson Yards that will annually save emissions equal to that of 2,200 American homes or 5,100 cars.
  • Alan Gardner and Bruce Kanze, Green Committee Co-Chairs at the Grinnell, received a leadership award for overcoming numerous challenges and successfully overseeing the first community solar installation at a landmarked NYC Co-op building, offsetting 40% of the property’s electricity, and attaining credits for shareholders and tax incentives for the building.

The following individuals and organizations were also honored at the October 29th event.

  • David Bury of Normandy Real Estate for providing all existing and prospective tenants with energy efficiency design standards with simple paybacks of 3 years or less.
  • Dan Cooke of Cornell Tech for his work at the Roosevelt Island campus, including the first Passive House high-rise residential building in the world.
  • Abdulla Darrat of Omni New York, LLC for the largest Passive House multifamily building – in square feet and units – in the country.
  • Cindy Quan of Goldman Sachs for leading the development of the corporate-wide global renewable energy strategy and procurement of long-term renewable energy.

Diana Sweeney, Executive Director, NYECC noted “Our honorees are leaders who have made a significant, positive impact on energy and the environment in NYC.  Their leadership, vision and innovation influence our energy community to continually strive for new technology, processes and ideas that create a firm foundation for our energy future.”

JPMorgan Chase & Co. hosted the event.  Sponsors included Constellation, The Durst Organization and Veolia.

 

About The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC)

The New York Energy Consumers Council represents the interests of major energy users in New York City and Westchester County and strives to ensure provision of safe and reliable delivery of energy at just and reasonable rates.  The NYECC provides collective strength for its members through ongoing interventions in numerous proceedings before the New York State Public Service Commission.

CONTACT:   Diana Sweeney, NYECC – diana.sweeney@nyecc.com  212-616-5116

The New York Energy Consumers Council represents the interests of major energy users in New York City and Westchester County and strives to ensure provision of safe and reliable delivery of energy at just and reasonable rates. The NYECC provides collective strength for its members through ongoing interventions in numerous proceedings before the New York State Public Service Commission.

SOURCE New York Energy Consumers Council

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NYECC Announces 2019 Energy New York Award Recipients for Vision, Innovation and Leadership in Energy

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NYECC Leadership and Award Winners at the 2019 Energy New York Awards

Alicia Barton, President and CEO of NYSERDA served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC), the largest energy customer advocacy organization in New York State, today announced its 2019 Energy New York Awards (ENYA) recipients. The ENYA honors organizations and individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership and innovation in smart energy use and conservation, and whose work has impact beyond their individual buildings or sites. Alicia Barton, President and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

  • Christine Weydig, Director, Environmental and Energy Programs, Port Authority of NY & NJ, received a vision award as the driving force in the Port Authority’s embrace of the Paris Climate Agreement and her work with stakeholders in the aviation, shipping, rail, and surface transportation sectors to decarbonize their operations.
  • JPMorgan Chase and swytchX received an innovation award for their partnership to develop a blockchain-integrated platform that will enhance the tracking of GHG emissions data, as well as JPMorgan’s commitment to source renewable energy for 100% of its global operations by the end of 2020.
  • Charlotte Matthews, Director of Sustainability, Sidewalk Labs, received a vision award for being a pioneer and visionary in the energy field, including the oversight of a one of its kind microgrid system at Hudson Yards that will annually save emissions equal to that of 2,200 American homes or 5,100 cars.
  • Alan Gardner and Bruce Kanze, Green Committee Co-Chairs at the Grinnell, received a leadership award for overcoming numerous challenges and successfully overseeing the first community solar installation at a landmarked NYC Co-op building, offsetting 40% of the property’s electricity, and attaining credits for shareholders and tax incentives for the building.

The following individuals and organizations were also honored at the October 29th event.

  • David Bury of Normandy Real Estate for providing all existing and prospective tenants with energy efficiency design standards with simple paybacks of 3 years or less.
  • Dan Cooke of Cornell Tech for his work at the Roosevelt Island campus, including the first Passive House high-rise residential building in the world.
  • Abdulla Darrat of Omni New York, LLC for the largest Passive House multifamily building – in square feet and units – in the country.
  • Cindy Quan of Goldman Sachs for leading the development of the corporate-wide global renewable energy strategy and procurement of long-term renewable energy.

Diana Sweeney, Executive Director, NYECC noted “Our honorees are leaders who have made a significant, positive impact on energy and the environment in NYC. Their leadership, vision and innovation influence our energy community to continually strive for new technology, processes and ideas that create a firm foundation for our energy future.”

JPMorgan Chase & Co. hosted the event. Sponsors included Constellation, The Durst Organization and Veolia.

About The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC)
The New York Energy Consumers Council represents the interests of major energy users in New York City and Westchester County and strives to ensure provision of safe and reliable delivery of energy at just and reasonable rates. The NYECC provides collective strength for its members through ongoing interventions in numerous proceedings before the New York State Public Service Commission.

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NYECC Leadership and Award Winners at the 2019 Energy New York Awards

Alicia Barton, President and CEO of NYSERDA served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC), the largest energy customer advocacy organization in New York State, today announced its 2019 Energy New York Awards (ENYA) recipients. The ENYA honors organizations and individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership and innovation in smart energy use and conservation, and whose work has impact beyond their individual buildings or sites. Alicia Barton, President and CEO of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, served as Keynote Speaker at the event.

  • Christine Weydig, Director, Environmental and Energy Programs, Port Authority of NY & NJ, received a vision award as the driving force in the Port Authority’s embrace of the Paris Climate Agreement and her work with stakeholders in the aviation, shipping, rail, and surface transportation sectors to decarbonize their operations.
  • JPMorgan Chase and swytchX received an innovation award for their partnership to develop a blockchain-integrated platform that will enhance the tracking of GHG emissions data, as well as JPMorgan’s commitment to source renewable energy for 100% of its global operations by the end of 2020.
  • Charlotte Matthews, Director of Sustainability, Sidewalk Labs, received a vision award for being a pioneer and visionary in the energy field, including the oversight of a one of its kind microgrid system at Hudson Yards that will annually save emissions equal to that of 2,200 American homes or 5,100 cars.
  • Alan Gardner and Bruce Kanze, Green Committee Co-Chairs at the Grinnell, received a leadership award for overcoming numerous challenges and successfully overseeing the first community solar installation at a landmarked NYC Co-op building, offsetting 40% of the property’s electricity, and attaining credits for shareholders and tax incentives for the building.

The following individuals and organizations were also honored at the October 29th event.

  • David Bury of Normandy Real Estate for providing all existing and prospective tenants with energy efficiency design standards with simple paybacks of 3 years or less.
  • Dan Cooke of Cornell Tech for his work at the Roosevelt Island campus, including the first Passive House high-rise residential building in the world.
  • Abdulla Darrat of Omni New York, LLC for the largest Passive House multifamily building – in square feet and units – in the country.
  • Cindy Quan of Goldman Sachs for leading the development of the corporate-wide global renewable energy strategy and procurement of long-term renewable energy.

Diana Sweeney, Executive Director, NYECC noted “Our honorees are leaders who have made a significant, positive impact on energy and the environment in NYC. Their leadership, vision and innovation influence our energy community to continually strive for new technology, processes and ideas that create a firm foundation for our energy future.”

JPMorgan Chase & Co. hosted the event. Sponsors included Constellation, The Durst Organization and Veolia.

About The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC)
The New York Energy Consumers Council represents the interests of major energy users in New York City and Westchester County and strives to ensure provision of safe and reliable delivery of energy at just and reasonable rates. The NYECC provides collective strength for its members through ongoing interventions in numerous proceedings before the New York State Public Service Commission.

 

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