NYC is one of a growing number of cities to impose penalties for exceeding carbon emissions limits as part of a regulatory effort to tackle the problem.
Fines can be severe and are certainly enough to demand attention along with consideration about how to follow applicable regulations. The role of IoT has become part of the conversation as stakeholders look for tech-driven ways to monitor emissions while facilitating compliance.
Join Micha Tomkiewicz, Ph.D., Member of the CUNY Committee for Reducing Carbon Footprint and Professor of the Department of Physics at Brooklyn College of CUNY, and Rom Eizenberg, CRO at Kontakt.io as they discuss:
Micha Tomkiewicz, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics and Chemistry
Brooklyn College of CUNY
Micha Tomkiewicz is a scientist, professor and writer. Tomkiewicz is a professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, Brooklyn College, where he has worked since 1979. He is also a Professor of Physics and Chemistry in The Graduate Center, CUNY. In addition, he was the founding-director of the Environmental Studies Program at Brooklyn College and has served as its director for 15 years. He is also the Director of the Electrochemistry Institute at that same institution. He has served as the divisional editor for the Journal of the Electrochemical Society and as Chairman for the Energy and Technology Division of the Electrochemical Society.
Rom Eizenberg is the Kontakt.io Chief Revenue Officer and an industry veteran with over 18 years of experience gained in fields from industrial IoT to smart healthcare. Prior to joining Kontakt.io, he led go-to-market and growth strategies in major global IoT industries. He is now guiding the rapid market expansion of Kontakt.io while shaping their solution portfolio to help their customers deliver an immediate positive impact on workplace safety and efficiency.