Show me the money!
June 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree – $50
Show Me the Money – Paying for Building Sustainability Improvements
Target Groups: Facility Managers, Engineers, Architects, Sustainability Professionals, Business Managers
It’s time to further explore state and utility programs to offset the cost of sustainability improvements for your facility. Whether you have a project in mind or have no idea where to begin, join SBR and our friends at NYSERDA and National Grid for this interactive workshop on Zoom!
Open to both SBR Members and non-SBR Members. Register by clicking HERE!
For many businesses, improving energy efficiency is a great way to fill some of the revenue gaps created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Operating costs of most buildings remain substantial even when a building is temporarily vacant or is operating at a reduced occupancy. Additionally, the return on investment in energy efficiency starts immediately upon project completion and lasts for the duration of the new efficient equipment’s lifespan.
Daniel Keating, Engineering Manager at National Grid and Stacey Sabo, Senior Project Manager at NYSERDA, will present rebate and incentive programs to help pay for energy and sustainability projects. Example projects include energy efficiency upgrades, renewable energy systems, EV charging stations, and cost-shared facility assessments.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about these programs and explore case studies of recent projects receiving rebates in Western New York! fter presentations and Q&A, there will be time for some networking, as we’re doing a Quarantini Mini Happy Hour between 5:00 – 5:30 pm. Join the workshop only, or stay on to mingle with others in our welcoming sustainable business community. We hope to see you there!
When? Wednesday, June 17, 4:00 – 5:00 (or 5:30 for extra networking)
How? Open to both SBR Members and non-SBR members. Register by 1 pm on June 17th, and you’ll be sent the meeting link and login instructions. Space is limited, register today!
How much? PWYW event (Pay what you want), suggested ticket fees: $0, $25, $50