Join Solar Washington in this presentation scheduled for Thursday, March 18 at 12:00 noon (Pacific) and titled, Explaining the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy and Resilience (C-PACER) Program. Justifying the up-front cost of a new solar install is often difficult. Fortunately, the state of Washington has now enabled a new form of financing that allows commercial property owners to spread the cost over a long time horizon, effectively letting the energy savings service the expense. Known as Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy and Resilience (C-PACER), this financing may be the difference between a solar dream and panels on the roof of your business.
About the speaker: Erik Makinson
Erik Makinson is the founder and owner of Resource Synergy, a Washington-based sustainability consultancy and project developer. For the last 13 years, he has helped organizations ranging from small local businesses to the world’s largest corporations realize financial and environmental savings through sustainability programs. His company excels at developing programs that reduce energy and water consumption, and waste generation without requiring clients to invest up-front capital. Erik has spoken at conferences or has written articles for numerous organizations including the National Restaurant Association, US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, GreenBiz, Environmental Leader, and the California Resource Recovery Association. He holds a BA in Business Administration/ Marketing from Seattle University, a Certificate of Sustainable Business from Presidio University, Resource Recovery Manager Certification from the California Resource Recovery Association and Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation from the American Association of Energy Engineers.
Details & Resources
Presentation area of concentration: Consumer Education, Engagement & Protection
Suggested audience for this presentation: This presentation is free and open to the public and will appeal to commercial property owners, installers, and others with a special interest in this topic.
How to attend? This presentation will last up to one hour, will take place online and is free to the public, but has a limited capacity. Those interested in attending must register by clicking the link below. Those who RSVP will receive a link prior to the presentation to view or listen in. This presentation will be recorded and made available shortly after the webinar.
Additional resources: Link to HB 2405 - 2019-20 Concerning commercial property assessed clean energy and resilience, which passed the state legislature in 2020 and signed by the Governor.
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