A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
Clean Energy Coalition presents:
Rebuild Michigan Stakeholder Meeting:Lowering Energy Costs and Leveraging Incentives
As part of the Rebuild Michigan program, commercial and industrial building owners across the state are tackling energy efficiency projects to reduce overall building and vehicle energy use and improve their bottom line. These long-term investments yield big savings on energy bills, but many building owners are sitting on the sidelines because they don't know how to begin.
Commercial/industrial building owners, business owners and contractors are invited to join Clean Energy Coalition for an April 12 Rebuild Michigan workshop. Our panel of energy efficiency experts will provide an overview of the program, building energy upgrade trends, advanced vehicle technology, the business case for making improvements, and ways to pay for your project.
Register now for this free workshop and networking event.
As part of the Rebuild Michigan program, Clean Energy Coalition is conducting no-cost introductory energy assessments for five commercial buildings in southeast Michigan in 2012. Apply now if your organization is interested in an assessment.
About Clean Energy Coalition
Clean Energy Coalition believes the journey to using less fossil fuel and more renewable energy is one we all must take. As practical, objective advisers, we help people and organizations become more energy independent by building public and private partnerships to accelerate change and build healthier communities.
Our deep understanding of environmental issues and clean energy technologies, along with our expertise in all facets of program design and delivery, careful stewardship of resources, 501(c)3 nonprofit status, and track record of accomplishment, makes us a valuable collaborator for any individual or group interested in helping solve our country's energy challenges.
Clean Energy Coalition924 North Main Street, Suite 2
Ann Arbor, MI 48104