WARREN — Join WWJ Technology Report editor Matt Roush and a cast of energy experts Thursday, April 11 for “All Things Green 2013: Energy Savings for Business, Ideas, Innovation and Implementation.”
The morning event will be held at the IBEW-NECA Electrical Industry Training Center, 2277 E. 11 Mile Road in Warren.READ MORE: COVID-19 Vaccines Saved Nearly 20 Million Lives In First Year, Study Says
The event begins with registration, networking and exhibits at 8 a.m. Welcome remarks at 8:30 a.m. will come from Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel, Macomb County Chamber CEO Grace Shore, EITC and Macomb County Green Committee chair Jennifer Mefford. Roush will MC the event.
The agenda features practical advice from businesses in the region that have implemented energy conservation measures and sustainability programs. Included are examples from General Dynamics Land Systems, General Motors, New Haven High School, Macomb Community College and more.
There will also be discussions of preparing energy-saving projects and plans, with experts from the Green Team Coalition, Clean Light Green Light, Eco Green Energy, Waste Management and more.READ MORE: Michigan Ballot Initiative Aims To Protect Abortion Rights
Finally, there will be a discussion on project financing, with experts from advocacy groups and utilities.
A closing keynote will be delivered by Jim Saber, vice president of business development at NextEnergy, the state’s advanced energy industry accelerator.
The event is sponsored by GM, Macomb Community College and the EITC.
Exhibitors include Macomb Community College, Dillon Energy Services, the U.S. Green Building Council Detroit Regional Chapter, Waste Management, Universal Recycling, the EITC, Metro Environmental, the Macomb County Chamber, CI Engineering Solutions, Eco-Green Energy LLC, the New Haven Community Schools, the Engineering Society of Detroit, Flagstar Bank, GM, Consumers Energy Business Solutions, Performance Engineering, PM Environmental, New England Energy Management, America’s Green Line and Greening Detroit.MORE NEWS: AG Nessel Says Abortions Are Still Legal In Michigan
More at www.macombcountychamber.com.