The event will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. in the Joshua Room of the Chimbole Cultural Center, located at 38350 Sierra Highway.
The presentation will be led by David Myers, Multifamily Program in Southern California Manager for The Energy Network.
“Come learn how you can use The Energy Network’s Multifamily Program to access rebates and technical consulting for energy upgrades,” stated Palmdale’s Housing Coordinator Terri-Lei Wheeler. “Upgrading now can lead to significant utility bill savings, lower operating costs, higher returns on investments, reductions in maintenance, improved building performance and better tenant attraction and retention.”
Participants will have the opportunity to ask specific questions about their property and share their perspective.
For more information or to RSVP, call Jonathan Austin at 949-667-2838.
About The Energy Network
The Energy Network was authorized by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in 2012 to harness the collective power of residents, businesses, and the public sector to achieve an unprecedented level of energy savings across Southern California.
As part of its core mission, The Energy Network provides resources and assistance to homeowners and property owners who are planning residential energy efficiency upgrades. They do this by providing information and money-saving resources in collaboration with local agencies, governments and stakeholders.
Services include rebate and incentive offerings for qualifying energy efficiency upgrades, attractive financing terms for eligible residential solar and energy saving improvements, tools to help identify contractors with energy efficiency training, and other resources that help homeowners take the next step toward saving energy.
For more information about The Energy Network, visit www.TheEnergyNetwork.com, email LAmultifamily@builditgreen.org, or call 213-688-0070.
[Information via news release from the City of Palmdale.]