The Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance (CNCA), Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the cities of Boulder and New York are pleased to invite you to the 2nd summit of leading cities and manufacturers to discuss “Going to Scale: City-Industry Cooperation for Renewable Heating and Cooling.” The event will take place on October 26, 2017 in San Diego, CA.
This gathering brings together city leaders, major manufacturers of cold climate electric air source heat pumps and heat pump water heaters, foundations, state agencies, and selected experts. The purpose of this meeting is to share key findings from recent city-led market analyses completed by New York City, Washington DC, Boulder CO, and Burlington VT and identify opportunities and resources among all participants to implement public-private collaborations and scale deployment of residential heat pump technologies as a critical strategy for thermal decarbonization.
A limited amount of travel assistance is available for city attendees only. If you would like to request travel assistance, please indicate this in your RSVP to the event.
If you are attending the USDN Annual Meeting in San Diego, the assistance will cover the cost of up to two extra nights in a hotel only. The hotel rooms will be booked on your behalf at the Catamaran Resort in San Diego.
If you are NOT attending the USDN Annual Meeting in San Diego, the assistance will cover the cost of up to two extra nights in a hotel plus reimbursement for one economy class roundtrip flight, one economy class roundtrip train ride, or the cost of ground transportation from your home city to San Diego. Travel costs will be capped at $350 per person for cities located on the West Coast and $600 per person for cities located on the East Coast, Midwest, or in Canada. To ensure that the funding from our generous donors can stretch as far as possible, we ask that you book the most economical travel arrangements that suit your needs.
If you have any questions about travel assistance, please contact Cristina Garcia in the NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability at [email protected].