Are you a commercial or industrial building owner, building operator, or controls contractor considering building controls upgrade projects in City Light’s territory? A major HVAC controls upgrade typically reduces electric consumption by 10%-15%. Attend this action-packed hour to learn how to earn incentive dollars – worth up to 70% of the cost of your project – by collaborating with City Light. You will also hear about resources and incentives City Light offers to optimize operations of existing systems.

After attending this HVAC controls webinar, commercial and industrial customers, as well as controls contractors, will be able to:

  • Understand the steps to leverage City Light’s financial incentives for upgrading controls
  • Promote the incentive to customers by reviewing example projects City Light helped develop
  • Understand City Light’s supplemental incentives and whole building solution approaches to maximize return on investment
Thursday, April 4, 2024 –10:00 to 11:00

PRESENTED BY
Ted Brown, Energy Management Analyst Supervisor | Seattle City Light
Elly Bunzendahl, Senior Manager | AESC, Inc.

Ted Brown, Energy Management Analyst SupervisorTed Brown, Energy Management Analyst Supervisor | Seattle City Light

Ted Brown is an Energy Management Analyst Supervisor in Seattle City Light’s Customer Energy Solutions Division. He supervises a team of EMA’s responsible for delivering commercial energy efficiency projects for the utility. Ted has worked for City Light since 2008 in key customer and efficiency program management roles.

Ted is accredited as Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. He holds of BA in Economics from the University of Cincinnati and has led facility optimization and utility energy efficiency programs for almost 20 years.

Elly BunzendahlElly Bunzendahl, Senior Manager | AESC, Inc.

Elly brings 18 years of experience in energy efficiency, building science, and sustainability in the built environment, and specializes in improving existing building operational performance, translating technical topics to empower any audience, and managing projects and teams.

City light has created this excellent primer with more information on the incentives available to those building owners that are looking to save on their energy bills.

Questions? Please email LightingDesignLab@seattle.gov with questions or concerns.

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