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Isn’t it About Time to Put Your Building on an Energy Diet ?

As a commercial building owner or manager, providing a consistent and comfortable environment for your occupants is essential, but what if you can make your occupants and pockets happy at the same time? If you would like to learn how creating a more sustainable, intelligent building can dramatically reduce your overall costs, join strategic energy partners Atlantic Westchester and Bright Energy Services on February 9 from 8:00AM to 10:00AM at Coopers Mill Restaurant (in the Westchester Marriott) for an engaging, educational seminar.

In this seminar, leading experts Bud Hammer, President of Atlantic Westchester and Bonnie Hagen, Chief Operating Officer of Bright Energy Services will teach you how to decrease your energy bills while making your facilities more efficient. With these savings, you can benefit from incentives and upgrade to new technology, further reducing energy consumption and increasing cost savings.

Seminar topics include:
– Energy efficiency retrofit strategies
– New building technology
– Utility incentives
– Tax credits
– Low cost financing options
– Industry experts, including Con Edison, sharing knowledge of efficiency and technology

Every attendee will also receive a free energy bill analysis. Put your building on an energy diet in 2017—cut back on energy usage to reduce you operating expenses. The environmental and economic benefits can ultimately enhance the health of your business. Along with the seminar, a light breakfast and a Q&A session will take place. We hope to see you there!

For additional information, and to register, please visit:

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