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Green Energy Seminar

Green Energy Seminar

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Gloucester County Hosting Free "Green Energy Solutions" Forum
Gloucester County Hosting Free "Green Energy Solutions" Forum

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Published by: Ray Angelini Services Inc on May 27, 2011
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For Immediate Release: May 26, 2011Contact: Freeholder Director Robert M.Damminger (856-853-3395) or FreeholderHeather Simmons (853-3378)
Gloucester County Hosting Free ‘Green Energy Solutions’Forum
(Glassboro, NJ) – Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M.Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced today that theGloucester County Department of Economic Development will host a free‘Green Energy Forum’ on Wednesday, June 1 from 11 am – 2 pm at RowanHall, Rowan University.“The Green Energy Forum is designed to help business and industry leadersidentify ideas, programs, and funding sources that are available to them toreduce their energy costs and their carbon footprint,” said FreeholderDirector Damminger.Damminger said “There are more than 80 industrial companies in GloucesterCounty who have taken advantage of the New Jersey Clean Energy Programby upgrading existing equipment to become more energy efficient andreduce their costs.” Damminger sited Albert Tire Company of West Deptford,Advanced Drainage Systems and Vistar Food Group, both located in Logan Township, who have utilized these grant opportunities through the state tooffset the cost of energy upgrades.Freeholder Heather Simmons said that the forum will feature case studypresentations by Joseph Joyce of Ray Angelini Inc., and Thomas Xenakis of ConcordEngineering about actual solar, performance lighting, and energy efficacyheating and cooling projects they have completed. They will identify thecosts, savings and return on investment for these projects.“Gloucester County and Gloucester County businesses are leading therenewable and green energy field. We want to provide as much support toour private sector partners as possible,” Freeholder Simmons said. Simmonssaid, “Green energy is not only good for the environment it is good for oureconomy. There are jobs associated with green energy and it is helping ourbusinesses bottom line.”

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