NY-BEST Technology Conference
Crowne Plaza 701 East Genesee Street Syracuse, New York 13210
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED - WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS ARE WELCOME
CONFERENCE OVERVIEW: Batteries, electrodes, ultracapacitors, thermal and mechanical energy storage technologies are continuing to experience new and exciting breakthroughs. This one-day conference will focus on current developments in battery and energy storage technology research and development – from early stage research to technology development, testing and evaluation. The goal of the conference is to promote collaboration by bringing together leaders from industry, government and academia to discuss and share their findings in the exciting and rapidly-evolving field of energy storage.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Energy industry experts, researchers, product developers, academics, business leaders interested in collaboration, research managers, business development officers, entrepreneurs, students, government funding agencies, and investors.
COST: $100 NY-BEST Members, $150 Non- Members, $50 Students
A discounted room rate of $109 has been reserved for attendees. To make your reservation call 315-479-7000 and identify yourself as part of the NY-BEST room block
September 24, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
Visit the headquarters of New York State’s Center of Excellence for innovations in environmental and energy systems for a tour followed by a networking session. SyracuseCoE’s award-winning headquarters is a unique whole-building apparatus for research, development and demonstration of systems that monitor and control thermal comfort, air quality, lighting, sound, and water quality in built and urban environments and innovative energy systems, including clean technologies and renewable fuel sources. SyracuseCoE headquarters facility is located just two blocks north of the Crowne Plaza.
POST CONFERENCE TOUR: Tour Syracuse University Green Data Center
September 26, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM.
Visit the Syracuse University primary data center, a first-of-its-kind Green Data Center that includes highly efficient integration of multiple energy systems, including on-site power generation (both AC and DC) via microturbines, cooling from waste heat via double-effect adsorption chillers, distributed cooling at the servers racks, DC-powered computers, and battery storage. Additional details are available at http://syr.edu/greendatacenter/GDC_facts.pdf.
Please RSVP to Stacy L Bunce firstname.lastname@example.org (315) 443-8803 for directions on how to reach the Green Data Center.
Address: 621 Skytop Road and is part of Syracuse University’s south campus. The GDC shares the 621 Skytop address with another building including parking and transit services. The GDC is a gray square building just south of the parking and transit services building. Visitors may park just to the south of the Green Data Center.
701 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
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