Event | Sustainable Savings with Energy Innovations

Making the Grade: Sustainable Savings with Energy Innovations

Reserve your spot for the K-12 Schools Symposium. Key decision makers in Southern California will share how to develop cost-effective, water-wise and energy-efficient solutions during tough economic times. Listen to how other school districts are saving energy and water by partnering with their utilities to help fund their energy-efficiency projects. Additionally, we will show you ways to stretch your budgets by demonstrating how energy-efficiency rebates, incentives, assessments and other services that can help you reduce your upfront costs and shorten your payback time. Schools administrators and facility managers will be on hand to share how they improved their sustainability while better balancing their budgets.

Additionally, we will show you ways to stretch your budgets by demonstrating how energy-efficiency rebates, incentives, assessments and other services that can help you reduce your upfront costs and shorten your payback time. Schools administrators and facility managers will be on hand to share how they improved their sustainability while better balancing their budgets.

Speakers:

Bill Watkins, Ph.D., Executive Director of the California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research (10/18 event)

Edgar Zazueta, Director for the Office of Government Relations for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) (10/18 event)

Jill Buck, founder and CEO, Go Green Initiative (10/19 event)

Event Details 

For more information call,  1-800-427-6584

Thursday., October 18, 2012 (Seminar #27118) Embassy Suites – Brea 900 East Birch Street Brea, CA 92821

or

Friday., October 19, 2012 (Seminar #6943) San Diego Gas & Electric® (SDG&E®) Energy Innovation Center 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92117

Attend to:

• Learn about other school districts’ energy/water-saving strategies.

• Avoid pitfalls and missed opportunities to help your school through sustainability.

• Learn about available energy/ water-saving programs offered by your utility provider(s).

Who should attend:

• Energy and utility managers • School business officials • Facilities O&M personnel • School superintendents

• School board members • Sustainability managers

Author: Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval is an award winning journalist who produces Hispanic Lifestyle a television program broadcasting on several PBS stations throughout the United States. editorial@Hispaniclifestyle.com

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