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Register for the Upcoming Heat Smart Mohawk Valley Kickoff!
We are honored to have Congressman Paul Tonko (NY20) and NYSERDA’s Donovan Gordon provide their perspectives on the role of clean thermal for growing jobs and the economy while rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
We will be holding a kickoff event on Wendesday September 23rd at 6:00pm. Register here to join the Zoom call from the safety of your office or living room, and learn about the recent collaboration between Otsego County Conservation Association (OCCA) and the Mohawk Valley Economic Development District (MVEDD), designed to:
- Help residents and business owners in the Mohawk Valley lower their energy bills, improve occupant comfort and safety, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Walk building owners through the process of a free energy audit, to explain the value of efficiency upgrades including new developments in heat pump technology.
- Connect home and building owners with quilified contractors and explore incentives and financing to help afford the improvements.
Come hear NY Representative Paul Tonko and NYSERDA’s Director of Clean Heating and Cooling, Donovan Gordan speak about our energy future at Heat Smart Mohawk Valley’s online Kickoff Event.
Please join us online for this webinar on Zoom. After registering, you will receive email confirmation and instructions for joining the event.
About the Guest Speakers
Congressman Paul D. Tonko is a sixth-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing New York’s 20th Congressional District including his hometown of Amsterdam. Throughout his career, he has been a champion for the working class, advancing policies that create jobs, provide economic opportunity, and ensure senior citizens can retire with dignity.
Donovan Gordon is Director of Clean Heating and Cooling for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). He leads New York State’s efforts to develop markets that support renewable, high-efficiency, and clean thermal systems, including air, ground and water source heat pumps, solar thermal, and solid biomass heating systems.