Cascadia Green Building Council will host the first in a series of panel discussions on Commercial Solar and Distributed Power Generation on October 18 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. The event will be held on the 3rd Floor of the Rainier Square Atrium, 1333 5th Ave., Seattle.
With the cost of PV modules and balance of system (BOS) components having fallen considerably, Distributed Power Generation presents a stronger value proposition for Industries across the Pacific Northwest than ever before. Properly designed and installed Commercial Solar delivers immediate control over operations spend in industrial facilities. In a tough economy where industry is faced with doing more with less, each dollar eliminated from operations overhead falls directly to the bottom line. Take important steps to control energy spend and learn how proper PV system design delivers immediate business results as commercial facilities implement best-practices and go Green For Good®.
Michael Campbell, founder and chief executive of RA Power & Light, will deliver the session keynote. Campbell is a Seattle native with over 25 years multinational experience representing world-class renewable and technology companies including Oracle, Toshiba and NEC.
Find out event details on the Cascadia Green Building Council web site.