[Ok-sus] Webinar: Building As a System & ECM Planning (Main Street Program, Dept of Commerce)
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Mon Jun 20 15:32:35 UTC 2016
Greeting Sustainability Network!
I would like to drop a quick note about an upcoming webinar offered by Main Street Program, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, to all small business here in Oklahoma. You can learn about their valuable work at http://okcommerce.gov/community/main-street/. If you are a small business owners on our Main Streets, please reach out to them. They may be able to help you and your community.
Webinar: Building As a System & ECM Planning (ECM - Energy Conservation Measures)
When: Fri, Jun 24, 2016 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT
Description: Most small business owners are aware of their energy costs, but few understand how their behavior and equipment are driving these costs up.
In this webinar, you will learn how your lighting & HVAC systems, building envelope, and your behavior are affecting how many dollars you lose each month to energy. Easy no and low-cost steps will be covered as well as free resources that can help you to identify and prioritize your efforts.
I will be the presenter. Webinar is offered by ES2, an Oklahoma City based energy solutions provider. I work at ES2 as Director of Energy Solutions. My colleague Morgan Miller, Energy Programs Consultant, will assist with managing the webinar and Q&A.
Temur Akhmedov, LEED AP, CEM
Green Building, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
C: +1-405-229-9165 F: +1-866-661-5253
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