The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (“AAEA”) in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Energy Office is holding a meeting titled:
Arkansas Energy Performance Contracting (AEPC) Summit 2018 (“Summit”)
AAEA describes the AEPC program as a “key cost-saving tool for Arkansas’s public entities.”
Energy performance contracting is characterized as a turnkey service with an annual savings guarantee. It is further stated to be a method of finance providing taxpayer-funded public entities “with the opportunity to complete a comprehensive set of energy efficiency, capital infrastructure, and renewable energy measures at no upfront cost.”
Program highlights from the Summit are identified as:
Welcome remarks by ADEQ Director Becky Keogh
Energy service provider and contractor exhibits
Step-by-step guidance from program managers
Panel discussion with program participants
Panel discussion with solar energy experts
The Summit will be held at Heifer International in the Heifer Village Conference Room from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Information regarding registration and the Summit can be found here.