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June 18th, 2010
Everyone who has ever read a book on renewable energy knows that the best investment, and what should be done first is energy efficiency. Business owners know it, property owners knows it, and the state governments know it. Massachusetts is putting more then $600 million into energy efficiency in the short terms, that more then 3 TIMES the amount that will go into renewable energy incentives.
If everyone knows efficiency is the biggest bang for you buck, but if this is true then why is it not happening?
This is a question that I kept asking myself but couldn’t find an answer. So, I decided to gather a group of the smartest experts in Boston working on the issue to have them to tell me, and you too of course, the event will be public and it will take place on July 22nd at 6pm in downtown Boston at the NEXUS Green Building Resource Center.
If you’ll be in Boston on July 22nd register for Energy Efficiency – Why is the Low Hanging Fruit so High?
We have some amazing speakers that are going to be talking about what they’re working on and how we can increase the adoption of efficiency, here they are:
Alex Patriquin – Founder, CEO at Wattzy
Martin Flusberg - Founder, CEO at Powerhouse Dynamics
Lilah Glick – Director, Community Outreach at Cambridge Energy Alliance
Brenden Endicott – Senior Manager, Energy Markets at EnerNOC
Geoff Chapin – Founder, CEO at Next Step Living
I can’t wait to see you there. Don’t worry if you can’t make it, we’re going to record the event and publish it. Here is the video from our first event Clean Energy Adoption in New England.
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