Live Event - May 7 - 8, 2012
(Please Note: All times are EST unless otherwise specified.)
Bob Van Meter, Executive Director of Boston LISC, is a panelist on session entitled Financial Innovation for Underserved Customers. Energy efficiency improvements are a cost-effective means for enhancing building comfort and lowering utility bills. Yet, small businesses and multifamily households are among several markets that are traditionally underserved by energy efficiency finance. This panel will discuss ways to design programs and products that tap into the potential of underserved markets.
Bob will be joined by Michael Bodaken of National Housing Trust and Sadie McKeown of CPC. The session is moderated by Mark Zimring, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
The ACEEE conference is a must-attend event is the place to be to learn about the latest in financing, capital, and deal-sourcing for energy efficiency. Designed specifically for investors, financiers, utilities, and policymakers, the Energy Efficiency Finance Forum explores the latest opportunities in financing and investing in energy efficiency. Over the past 5 years the conference has grown to become one of the premier venues for discussions of energy efficiency financing policies and an important networking opportunity.
For more information, visit the ACEEE Website.
For more information, visit Boston LISC.
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