Located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Ohio? Looking to take advantage of the NECA ECAP tool even further? Our webinar later this month with The Efficiency Network (TEN) is for you.
The one-hour webinar, titled “Business Opportunity: Converting Street & Roadway Lighting to LED,” will be hosted by NECA on Wednesday, March 25. It will begin at 2 p.m. EST.
Speakers for the webinar will include Caitlin Gross, Director of Business at NECA, and Patrick Regan, National Director of Government Programs at TEN.
TEN is a next-generation energy efficiency firm. TEN’s team represents $500 million in project experience and offers budget-neutral energy and water TENefficiency projects to large and small building owners in the public and private sectors through a variety of contracting models.
NECA has teamed up with TEN to inform businesses of exciting opportunities in street lighting upgrade projects that may exist in their area. This program will provide specific examples and guidelines for projects in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Ohio and may not be applicable to companies working outside of those states.
The upcoming webinar will show you how you can take advantage of NECA ECAP to leverage opportunities in upgrading street lights to LED. NECA ECAP was developed to give NECA members the ability to offer project financing and performance-based contracting for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
In this webinar, which is free, NECA will look at the business case for pursuing street lighting opportunities, examine local and regional case studies, and discuss how members can gain this work. Future programs will be held to examine opportunities in other states.
Contact Caitlin Gross at email@example.com to request an invitation to this webinar, or with questions on the content of this webinar. For questions on registering for this webinar, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The recording for this webinar will be emailed to all registrants and posted at www.necanet.org/webinars after the webinar.
For more information on The Efficiency Network, go to https://www.tensaves.com.