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Meeting Water & Energy-Saving Goals in King County: Sustainable Energy Solutions & Innovative Financing Options
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Council and Smart Buildings Center are excited to have colleagues from King County, Seattle Public Utilities, and Seattle City Light join us in introducing sustainable energy solutions and innovative financing options to help you meet your water and energy-saving goals.

Morgan Torres, Executive Climate and Energy Program Manager – Office of the King County Executive
King County will share its new innovative financing program, C-PACER, explaining how it can be used to invest in efficiency and resiliency measures to make buildings safer, more efficient, and less expensive to operate.

Natasha Bailey, Commercial Water Conservation Program Manager – Saving Water Partnership
The Saving Water Partnership is an organization comprised of 19 water utilities in King and Snohomish counties. We offer tips, tools, and rebates to help people preserve our region’s water for future generations.

Ted Brown, Energy Management Analyst Supervisor – Seattle City Light (SCL)
SCL's Customer Energy Solutions Division is responsible for developing and implementing commercial energy efficiency projects for the utility. SCL incentive options for new construction, retrofit, and multi-family projects will be shared.

Erika Kinno, Resource Recovery Research & Policy Project Manager – King County Wastewater Treatment Division
King County makes its sewer pipes available to private commercial property owners to use as a heat energy source for buildings. Sewer heat recovery can help lower energy costs, save water, and boost renewable energy use. The C-PACER program and Saving Water Partnership rebates are great opportunities that could support the use of this technology.

Jan 25, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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