Attendees will learn how rule changes make going solar in Massachusetts an affordable and easy way for businesses to stabilize energy costs
Representatives from Clean Footprint, Central Florida's leading solar development and finance company will be hosting a webinar entitled, ‘Why Massachusetts Businesses are Rushing to Go Solar'. The webinar, set for Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 from 2:00 until 2:30 EST, will focus on:
• Why now is the best time to go solar?
• The current opportunity for businesses.
• What makes Massachusetts one of best states for solar.
• How Massachusetts current utility bill will be affected.
• The exact next steps to go solar.
"The State of Massachusetts electricity rates have not only increased over the past 30 years, these rates are higher than the national average," said Wes Morrison, Clean Footprint's Director of Sales and Marketing and Host of the webinar. "For the first time in history, we can now stabilize rates and lock in savings for businesses."
Massachusetts is very dependent on natural gas; however, natural gas has been the most volatile energy source on the market. Recent changes in legislation in the State of Massachusetts make it possible to get back to a fixed price and a sustainable source of energy. The affordable and eco-friendly solution is solar.
"Even if you're already considered solar for your business," said John Kluwin, Managing Partner of Clean Footprint, "now is the time to look again! The rules have changed and it's good news."
Who Should Join this Webinar?
This webinar is for those who are interested to learn about the new opportunities in Massachusetts and are:
• Business Owner
• Property Owner
• Facilities, Finance, or Energy Manager
• Sustainability Coordinator
• Real Estate Professional
• Energy Consultant
• Solar Project Developer or Citizen
To reserve your space for this free and informative webinar, visit the home page of Clean-Footprint and register today!
About Clean Footprint
Located in Central Florida, Clean Footprint is fully engaged in development and solar financing, EPC, solar monitoring, and the operation and maintenance solar systems. Clean Footprint works together with solar developers to bring commercial solar PV projects to fruition that are reliable, cost effective, and sustainable. For more information, visit http://clean-footprint.com or phone (321) 613-4424.