Reduce Energy Use and Costs at Your Nonprofit Building

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Reduce Energy Use and Costs at Your Nonprofit Building

Time: June 11, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Chicago Center for Green Technology
Street: 445 N. Sacramento Boulevard
City/Town: , Chicago, IL 60612
Website or Map: http://chicagogreentech.org/g…
Event Type: free, class
Organized By: CNT Energy
Latest Activity: Jun 6, 2013

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Join the Chicago Center for Green Technology for a free seminar about a nonprofit energy efficiency programfrom CNT Energy and IFF. The program helps nonprofit organizations and houses of worship reduce their energy use and costs, via a practical approach to energy efficiency.

Learn more about enrolling your nonprofit building or religious institution in the program. We’ll also discuss the importance of a complete energy assessment and how to receive expert advice on the most cost-effective energy efficiency improvements, financing options, and construction management and oversight.

Speakers include Dara Reiff of CNT Energy and Sarah Moloney of IFF.The seminar is part of the Green Tech U Series. Register for the event here:

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