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LFA Business Webinar: Save Energy, Save Money

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With summer temperatures comes summer energy bills. Fortunately there are plenty of ways that your business can incorporate energy efficiency practices that can lower your bills, protect the environment and don't require big investments. Learn tips for reaping the benefits of energy efficiency with our June webinar from the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project. Topics covered include:

  • Energy Efficiency 101

  • Why Energy Efficiency Should Be An Essential Part Of Your Business

  • Energy Efficiency Offerings From Arizona's Utilities

About Our Presenter:   Caryn Massey is SWEEP's Arizona Program Associate, where she provides support across SWEEP’s programmatic areas and work on demand-side management, building energy codes, electric vehicles, as well as utility regulatory processes. Before joining the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, Caryn worked with the Laboratory of Biological Invasions in Concepción, Chile researching carbon credit projects in the forestry category and determining their success in restoring native land in Southern and Central Chile. Before this research fellowship, she reviewed the climate mitigation goals of Fortune 500 companies in her role as Research Assistant for the World Resources Institute.  Caryn holds a Master of Science in Climate Science and Solutions from the Northern Arizona University and she also holds undergraduate degrees in Public Relations and Environmental Studies from the same institution

About Our Presenter:

Caryn Massey is SWEEP's Arizona Program Associate, where she provides support across SWEEP’s programmatic areas and work on demand-side management, building energy codes, electric vehicles, as well as utility regulatory processes. Before joining the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, Caryn worked with the Laboratory of Biological Invasions in Concepción, Chile researching carbon credit projects in the forestry category and determining their success in restoring native land in Southern and Central Chile. Before this research fellowship, she reviewed the climate mitigation goals of Fortune 500 companies in her role as Research Assistant for the World Resources Institute.

Caryn holds a Master of Science in Climate Science and Solutions from the Northern Arizona University and she also holds undergraduate degrees in Public Relations and Environmental Studies from the same institution