Come to this workshop to learn an innovative way to Save Energy & Money for Your Business & Employees. Learn how Addison Shoe Factory saved money following an energy audit. The savings were used to create a revolving loan fund for employees to implement energy efficiency measures at home. As an employee benefit, the company provides free home energy audits and employees can borrow no-interest loans from the company-created revolving loan fund to implement recommendations from the audit. Loans are repaid to the fund from the energy savings employees experience as a result of more energy-efficient homes. This program is being piloted at other businesses around the state of Arkansas. Could your business start its own program?
This workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, September 14 from 12-1 p.m. at the Arkansas Studies Institute (401 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock). The presenters will be Martha Jane Murray (Clinton Foundation and HEAL AR) and Ashley Davis.
Paid parking is available in the River Market parking deck, library parking lots, River Market parking lots, private lots, or street parking. Space is limited and reservations and pre-payment are required. The workshop costs $10 per person, and you can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget your lunch!
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Business Network of Central Arkansas and the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce.