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Philip Madnick

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Consolidated Edison Inc

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Consolidated Edison Inc

4 Irving Place Room 1100

New York City, New York,10003

United States

Company Description

Consolidated Edison, Inc. is one of the nation's largest investor-owned energy-delivery companies, with approximately $12 billion in annual revenues and $47 billion in assets. The company provides a wide range of energy-related products and services to its cus...more

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Phil Madnick « IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium

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Phil Madnick Phil Madnick Manager - Multifamily Energy Efficiency & Low Income Programs Con Edison Phil Madnick is the manager of Consolidated Edison's Multifamily Energy Efficiency Programs. These programs provide incentives to multifamily buildings in the 5 boroughs of New York City and Westchester County that undergo electric and/or gas saving projects. Phil has more than 8 years of experience in the energy efficiency industry. He has worked as project manager on a number of major projects including boiler plant and control system upgrades at NYCHA's Washington and Lexington Houses in Harlem and LED lighting upgrades at Spring Creek Towers in Starrett City, Brooklyn. Phil joined Con Edison in 2010. Prior to joining Con Edison, Phil worked with various energy programs, conducting property audits and construction management. Phil received a B.S. in physics from CUNY Brooklyn College and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from New York University at Polytech. He is also an AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP), and a GTI Registered Gas Distribution Professional. In 2014, Phil was nominated for Con Edison's EDGE award for his work on designing the Multifamily BQ Adder Program to help address the utility's need for load relief within a targeted Brooklyn-Queens network. Mr. Madnick was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and recently relocated to Central New Jersey with his family. His personal hobbies include gardening and landscaping. Phil Madnick Manager - Multifamily Energy Efficiency & Low Income Programs Con Edison


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"NYCHA has a history of using our incentives to save energy and make the apartments more comfortable for tenants," said Phil Madnick, Program Manager for Multifamily Energy-Efficiency Programs at Con Edison.


New York City Buildings Say Goodbye to No. 6 Heating Oil

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Phil Madnick, the manager of Con Edison's Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program, provided an overview of what Con Ed offers and detailed the application process that boards and management need to go through to enroll in the program.
Common measures, Madnick explained, on the electricity side, include chillers, variable frequency drive pumps and motors, and building management systems. For this, savings ranges to about $.25 per kWh saved. On the gas side, replacing burners, installing building management systems, master venting and steam traps, could save $2 per therm. He likened the energy savings to a windfall that's hard to match. "That's buried treasure within your own building," he says.


2016 Agenda « IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium

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Phil Madnick, Manager - Multifamily Energy Efficiency & Low Income Programs, Con Edison


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Phil Madnick Phil Madnick Manager - Multifamily Energy Efficiency & Low Income Programs


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