Energy Efficiency (EE) has always been “cost-effective.” Renewable Energy (RE) is now “cost-effective.” So why haven’t these really taken off? Beyond the technical components, this seminar will attempt to re-examine and recalibrate our mindsets so that we can build attitudes that truly support amplifying EE and RE efforts. We have to re-vision the world as we know it in order to devise successful solutions to address the climate challenge and the existential threat/opportunity it presents. In this seminar, participants will be challenged to do just that withTim Michels, President of Energy Resources Group, Inc. With45 years ofexperiencein EE and RE, Mr. Michels will discuss a wide range of foundational topics,including Policy Development for ensuring success, Site Energy Master Planning; goal setting, prioritization, and; economics for energy efficiency and renewable energy; community-scale opportunities; funding sources; and more.
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