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2015 SUNY Sustainability Conference to be held at Stony Brook University, October 4-6th

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2015 SUNY Sustainability Conference
October 4 – 6, 2015
Hilton Garden Inn
1 Circle Rd.
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794

2013 Presentations available

The 2013 conference was a great success. All presentations are available to view here, along with presentations from the past two years.

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2012 Conference Presentations Available

PDF’s of the 2012 SUNY Sustainability Conference are now available on the Resources page.

Registration for the 2012 SUNY Sustainability Conference is now open

Register now for the 2012 SUNY Sustainability Conference to be held September 20 and 21 at the Syracuse Center of Excellence.

Learn more……

Conference on Innovations in Technical Education to Advance Sustainability June 14-17, 2012 at Alfred State College

Conference organizers seek paper, poster, and panel presentations and invite submission of abstracts on any topic related to the conference theme. Educators and researchers are especially encouraged to make submissions that highlight innovations in technical education related to sustainable agriculture/food systems, renewable energy, entrepreneurship related to sustainability and “green” construction, though presentations are not limited to these themes.  Read more…..

Energy Panel Video Available

The first session of the SUNY Sustainability Conference is available for viewing

Energy Panel: Financing and Performance Contracts
Learn from three SUNY colleges that have entered into energy performance contracts. Each panel member covered the structure of their performance contract, projects involved, how the contracts are financed and how much they are saving per year. Financing and energy efficiency incentive opportunities through NYSERDA were also presented.

Presenters include:

Thomas Dreyer, Assistant Vice President for Facilities and Planning, SUNY Brockport

Sandy S. DeJohn, Utilities Manager, SUNY Binghamton

Michael Pioggia, NYSERDA

Amy Provenzano, Executive Director Environmental Stewardship, SUNY Stony Brook


SUNY: State University of New York

This years conference hosted by
SUNY Stony Brook University