Energy expenses continue to increase. Learn how to “Go Green to Save Green” in this informational town hall with RISE Engineering.
With rising energy costs, more extreme weather temperatures that strain workers and facilities, and deferred building maintenance, many Rhode Island manufacturers are putting off critical projects. Yet energy efficiency, weatherization, heating, cooling and ventilation, or even Solar & Energy storage could be the right response to these challenges.
In this educational webinar, learn about new (or new-to-you) resources for cutting energy expenses in ways that are sustainable, leverage technology, and work for various facility types. You’ll also discover that, in 2023, there is more funding available for clean energy and building projects than ever before.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Hear new ideas for green projects that reduce energy costs, improve occupant comfort, upgrade aging systems, and work towards your long-term cost-savings goals
- What to consider in your 2023-2024 financial plans
- What funding options are available to smaller RI Manufacturers such as the Inflation Reducation Act or Rhode Island Energy incentives
- Mini-Case Study of local manufacturer who implemented “green” energy technology to reduce his company’s operating costs
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Claire Kokoska works with businesses, municipalities, school districts, and nonprofits in New England, primarily RI and MA to help them further their clean energy and energy efficiency project goals. Claire helps RISE Group partners to navigate available grant funding, incentives, and tax advantages to help fund projects.
The RISE Group provides “one‐stop” services to make building environments and operations more cost and energy efficient, healthful, and resilient. With RISE’s 40-year history of providing engineering services to clients in RI and beyond, they guide clients through the incentives, grants, tax advantages, and purchasing mechanisms available to Rhode Island businesses and municipalities.