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BES 2018: Case Studies of Exemplary Efficiency Projects

March 22, 2018 07:30 to 10:00

There are multiple benefits of energy efficiency and renewable energy that go beyond the traditional measures of reduced energy demand and lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. But the top reason that people, companies and governments choose to use energy more efficiently are: Energy efficiency and renewable energy saves you money.
Hear from five leading organizations who will share their exemplary energy projects and implementation strategy. Learn why these projects are considered “exemplary” in their own unique ways. Each speaker will share the decision-making process with leadership, overview of the project, cost, savings achieved, incentives utilized, payback or rate of return, outcome, challenges and non-energy related impacts.

Jon Utech, Senior Director, Office for a Healthy Environment, Cleveland Clinic
Jerry Crabb, Senior Director, Ballpark Operations, Progressive Field
Debra Dixon, Director of Business Development, Air Force One
Jenita Warner, Director of Sustainability, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Rob Martens, Owner, Better Together Solar

Registration, networking and light breakfast 7:30 AM
Program 8:00 to 10:00 AM

$10 for members of C2030D, COSE, AIA, ASHRAE, City of Cleveland, USGBC and CSU
$15 for non-members

2 CEU credits available for: ASHRAE, CES, AEE, USGBC, BOMA and pending for AIA HSW

Register early. Refunds available up to 1 day before the event.


Presented in collaboration by Cleveland 2030 District, AIA Cleveland, ASHRAE Cleveland, COSE Council of Smaller Enterprises, USGBC Ohio, Cleveland State University, & Sustainable Cleveland 2019

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