Simulcast to outline energy assistance options for business

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A simulcast outlining assistance as well as grants and loans aimed at reducing business energy consumption and improve environmental performance is slated for Sept. 14.

PresentedbyEmilySt. Clair, of DelawaresDivisionofEnergy&Climate, within DNREC, the simulcast will outline the opportunity to participate in the Energy-Efficiency Investment Fund.

The fund is used to assist Delmarva Power customers under DNREC’s eligibility criteria. A portion of the funding is reserved for the inclusion of diverse businesses owned and operated by minorities, women, veterans, service disabled veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.

DNREC’sDivisionofEnergyandClimateoffers technicalassistance,aswellascompetitivelyawardedgrantsandloansforimplementationofenergyefficiency projects rangingfromconvertingtoLEDbulbstoacompletemechanicalretrofit.

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Participants can also earnaboutthestrategicinvestmentsincapital equipmentandfacilityupgrades thatwillloweryourcoststhroughreducedenergyconsumptionandimproved environmental performance

The event is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. and will be simulcast at
four Delaware libraries–all with free parking:

  • Bear PublicLibrary,MeetingRoom2,101GovernorsPl,Bear,DE19701
  • DoverPublicLibrary,InspirationSpace,2ndfloor,35LoockermanPlaza,Dover,DE19901
  • Georgetown PublicLibrary,InspirationSpace,2ndfloor,123W.PineStreet,Georgetown,DE19947
  • Wilmington PublicLibrary,InspirationSpace,2ndfloor,10&MarketStreets,Wilmington,DE19801
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