“Sustainability Aspects of Distributive Solar”
Join Us Thursday, June 21st!
On Thursday, June 21st, 2018, come join us for Sustainability Aspects of Distributive Solar. The Presentation will cover…
- What is Distributive Solar?
- Economic, Environmental and Social aspects
- Overview of Federal Incentives and Washington State solar production incentives
- Quantifying Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions
- Q&A, Discussion
George Thomas, Solar-for-Business.com
George Thomas is a sustainability consultant who offers corporate clients solar feasibility studies as well as competitive project bids through Solar-For-Business.com. In 2014, George received a Masters Degree in Environmental Management and Sustainability from Harvard University. Within his studies, George developed a risk-based methodology to enhance the sustainability aspects of production facilities. With his newly acquired skill-set in sustainability and his background in commercial photography and e-commerce, George brings a creative approach to energy efficiency and sustainable business operations.
11:30 am – 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Program and Lunch
Come at 11:30 to register and network with your colleagues!
$40 IFMA Members
$25 Students & 1st time attendees to an IFMA Seattle Chapter event.
Box lunches and free parking will be provided.
Late registrants & walk-ins are welcome but are not guaranteed a box lunch! Make sure you register today!
Our Chapter launched the successful monthly “Lunch and Learn” series in May of 2013 which has featured important industry speakers from the Puget Sound region discussing current issues affecting the management of the built environment.
Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM PDT
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Registrants with cars: Ignore any FULL signs at Benaroya garage entrance on Second Street. Spaces are held for IFMA. Look for a sandwich board on the sidewalk by the parking garage entrance. Once in the garage, bring your ticket to the event to be validated for free parking!
Then look for the elevator marked “second avenue elevator”; you will also see signs for “Artists Entrance”. That is our elevator and our entrance.
Once you take the elevator to the street level, you should also enter at the Artists Entrance. Security will then direct you to the Founders Room for the meeting.
Registrants who are walking: We MUST use the Artists Entrance on Second Avenue just south of the garage entrance. All other doors to the Hall will be locked. Security will then direct you to the Founders Room for the meeting.
Questions? Contact the Association Office at Toll Free
877-460-5880 or Office@IFMASeattle.org.