Join municipal and corporate leaders and clean energy innovators to learn how organizations are using renewable energy to cut costs and manage risk.
Municipal, commercial and non-profit energy buyers throughout the U.S. are turning to clean energy to cut electricity costs and hedge against increasing rates. For many organizations, electricity prices represent a significant overhead cost category. The average U.S. office building spends more than $30,000 annually on energy, including gas. Increasingly, organizations are deploying clean energy solutions to manage risk and provide predictable, long-term energy pricing.
The Clean Energy Means Business Buyer’s Summit, powered by the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) and Compact of Colorado Communities, will bring together leaders in the civic and business community and clean energy experts from throughout the Mountain West to collaborate and share insights on clean energy development. In this day-and-a-half event, attendees will learn the latest innovative strategies for effectively managing electricity costs with clean energy solutions.
Who should attend?
The Clean Energy Means Business Buyer’s Summit is designed for sustainability managers, energy management specialists, business officers, facility managers, and other business leaders from the private and non-profit sectors from across the Mountain West. Attendees will have a key interest in learning how to control costs and mitigate risk through the deployment of renewable energy solutions.