September 14, 2006
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry joins with and holds an Energy Fair at the MOST from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Don't miss it!
Thursday September 14th the Global Warming Action Network (GWAN), SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY/ESF) Environmental
Studies ,Syracuse Unversity Center of Excellance in Environmental Systems, and SUNY/ESF and SU EnSpire Program will be presenting a set of exhibits and interactive displays at the Museum of Science and Technology. The Energy Fair precedes Al Gore's talk on Global Warming that evening at the Landmark Theater. The theme of the Fair is "what the average homeowner can do to reduce their carbon footprint, reduce energy consumption and save money".
Energy Fair Exhibitors and Contact information
- Dr. Robert Meyer, Chair Construction management and Wood Products
Engineering. SUNY/ESF; email@example.com, 315-470-6881.
Exhibit: poster on renewable energy systems
- Dr. Timothy Volk, Research Associate at SUNY/ESF
Exhibit: Colleges Biomass large energy exhibit plus displays of fast
growing willows and how they are converted to biomass energy
- Mr. David Tagg, of David Tagg and Associates; firstname.lastname@example.org, 315-385-8284.
Display: How biomass can be converted to biodiesel and ues for this fuel
- Mr. Frank Wolak of Fuel Cell Energy Inc.; email@example.com, 413-357-9060.
Exhibit; Interactive exhibit on fuel cells work (stlll checking availability
- Mr. John Manning, President, Earth Sensitive Solutions, P.O. Box 3, Skaneateles, NY 13152, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, 315-253-3779.
Exhibit; Displays of solar cells and how geothermal heat pumps work
- Mr. Kevin Stack, Chair US Green Building Council , NY Upstate Chapter; kstack@twcny,rr.com, 315-478-6016.
two exhibits: US Green Building Council : What it is and how it works, and
Kevin Stacks Home building company and examples of green building design
- Dr. Richard Smardon, Chair Faculty of Environmental Studies, SUNY/ESF; firstname.lastname@example.org, 315-470-6576.
Exhibit; Five posters of past class projects that analyze the green house
gas production and energy use within the City of Syracuse. This work was
used to help the City of Syracuse get two national environmental awards the
last two years.
- Mr. Paul Thompson, City Engineering , City of Syracuse., email@example.com 448- 8235
Exhibits: Posters displaying the City of Syracuse efforts to reduce their
energy consumption and greenhouse gas production plus national awards
- Todd Rogers, Program Coordinator, New York Energy Smart Students Program
Exhibit: NYSERDA educational programs for school children for energy
Conservation 1-800-658-5753, (fax) 1-800-726-2958, (cell) 315-569-3635
firstname.lastname@example.org or www.need.org/states/newyork
- Margaret Sullivan / Barry Carr of Homeland Energy email@example.com 299-2863
Exhibit: natural gas powered civic for outside plus
2x3 framed poster of different auto fuels
- Nick Togias NYSERDA /City Syracuse Energy Smart Program firstname.lastname@example.org 448-8123
Poster and materials on Energy Smart Program
- Mary Eileen Wood, Project Staff Assistant, Outreach, 219 Bray Hall
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Syracuse, NY 13210 , 315-470-6817 fax 315-470-6890
poster about the SPARE (Solar Power as Renewable Energy)
- Joe Miuccio OCM BOCES, Instructor/Contractor certification Energy Star Program
“Mad Air Home” Model demonstrates air flow patterns plus 27 slide presentation on building envelope and how it functions from energy /air flow/health & safety perspective email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org 343-8441 453-4484
- Mark Lichtenstein, Director of Operations
Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems
Director, EPA Region 2 Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University
621 Sky Top, Room 1011, Syracuse, New York 13244
(315) 443-5678, (315) 443-1329 fax
4/5 exhibits from Clarkson Univ., Cornell and SU Engineering
- Kate Woodle Onondaga County Zoo. The display features the new Education and Conservation building which has a gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. It shows how the building conserves energy, recycles resources and how recycled materials were used in its construction. Her contact information is email@example.com
- Dr. James Hassett, Chair Environmental Resources and Forest Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 315-470-6637 Solar powered boat designed and built by Engineering Students for national solar boat competition