Our industry is shifting with a focus on equity and serving all customers. Offering incentives may not be enough. The Energy Efficiency industry has struggled with financing and finding solutions for residential and commercial projects that can drive equity and reach all communities. The AESP Great Lakes Chapter will host a panel to explore the role financing can play, including on-bill and PAYS, as well as a specific example of a model already working: Michigan Saves. Join us to learn more.
After taking this Webinar, you will be able to:
Maddie Wazowicz, MEEA
Earnable PDHs: 1
Earnable CEUs: 0.1
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