Tried, True and New Strategies to Fund and Implement Energy Retrofit Projects for Schools: Webinar for K-12 School Districts – August 7th

School Facilities are faced with the challenges of finding funding and resources to pursue energy efficiency projects in K-12 schools. Improving energy efficiency in K-12 schools will reduce energy costs, and create a range of environmental, economic and educational benefits.

Are you wondering how to continue funding your district’s energy efficiency projects in the “Post-Prop 39” era? Curious to learn how others are leveraging external resources to keep their project pipelines (and budgets) on track?

Join the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) for a webinar on August 7th exploring funding and resources for K-12 schools pursuing energy efficiency. There is still a big need to bring school facilities across the state up to modern performance standards and those districts considering higher-efficiency options have access to a wide range of cost-saving programs to help them assess and implement projects offering maximum benefits. This webinar is designed for District Energy Managers, Administrators, and Operations staff.

Participants will:

  • Get insights straight from the source–the District staff leading energy efficiency projects at their schools

  • Hear the latest on funding opportunities and financing programs available to K-12 schools

  • Learn about implementation support offered at no cost by the SoCalREN Public Agency Program

  • Learn about other resources being leveraged by K-12 districts across Southern California

  • Be invited to engage with speakers during a panel Q&A

Webinar Session: Tried, True and New Strategies to Fund and Implement Energy Retrofit Projects for Schools
10.30am – 12.00pm
Tuesday, August 7th 2018

Register here


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