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On Wednesday, June 1st a group of regional energy and fuel leaders will join together to present an array of topics related to energy efficiency in homes and facilities, renewable energy opportunities, and alternative fuel vehicles, to name a few. Representatives from Black Hills Energy (previously SourceGas) and San Miguel Power Association will present on rebates and efficiency programs available. San Miguel Power Association recently launched an exciting Income Qualified “IQ” Weatherization and Solar Project, which will help qualifying homeowners and renters in the SMPA service area in reducing their electricity costs.
This event will promote the latest opportunities for lighting, weatherization and general commercial and residential building efficiency, and renewable energy opportunities. Recycling, composting, and special disposal will be covered as well as alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure presented by 4CORE, the Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency based in Durango.
The forum is open to all interested parties. Commercial and residential building managers including local hotel, condo, building management and HOA personnel are strongly encouraged to attend. This forum will help them learn about building efficiency to aid them in saving money for their companies and clients and to reduce their building’s footprint on the environment.
The event will be fast paced with plenty of time for audience questions and discussion. Topics covered will include:• Energy efficiency assistance for mid-income individuals and families• Programs and rebates available through San Miguel Power Association and Black Hills Energy • Benefits of tracking your energy use & energy audits • Financing energy efficiency improvements• LED lighting and other pertinent technology• Alternative fuel vehicles• Regional composting and recyclingPresenters include:• San Miguel Power Association• Black Hills Energy (formerly Source Gas)• EcoAction Partners• Energy Action Coordinators from San Miguel County and the Towns of Telluride & Mountain Village • 4CORE – Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency – Durango Laurie Dickson & ReFuel Coloardo – Matthew Shmigelski• Alpine BankSponsored by EcoAction Partners, SMPA, Black Hills Energy, San Miguel County, and the Towns of Telluride and the Mountain Village.When: Wednesday, June 1st (Gondola reopens as of May 26th)Where: Mtn. Village Town Hall Conference Room (Above the Mountain Village Market)Time: 10am to 2pm with lunch sponsored by San Miguel Power Association