Energy efficiency workshop for non-profits within Innovation Corridor is Nov. 10

Reduce your organizations impact on the earth, and soften the impact of energy costs on your bottom line by attending a free workshop on Nov. 10. At this free workshop you'll find out how to take the next steps on your own and with energy-saving programs to help your organization or company be good stewards of our planet’s resources and make budget dollars go further.

1:30 to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009
Wilder Center
451 Lexington Pkwy N
St. Paul, MN

Learn more about the Energy Innovation Corridor, discuss next steps with energy experts, and network with other nonprofit and building management professionals. Owners and tenants both have an interest in saving energy. If you are a building owner, bring your tenants with you. If you are a tenant, invite your building owner.

Topics will include the importance of conservation and efficiency, information on the Energy Innovation Corridor, availability of conservation programs, how to save with lighting retrofits and financing programs.

The Energy Innovation Corridor was formed to create a sustainable energy and transportation showcase. The first of its kind, this clean energy and transportation model extends along the 11-mile Central Corridor light rail transit project route, from downtown Saint Paul to Target Field in downtown Minneapolis, along Washington and University avenues, via the Minnesota State Capitol and entire University of Minnesota-Minneapolis campus.

The conference is being sponsored by The Minnesota Project. Questions can be directed to Dan Thiede at dthiede@mnproject.org .

Nov. 9, 2009

Published Nov. 9, 2009