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Funding and Incentives to Implement Energy Efficiency Projects
Opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce energy-related costs often can require investment in new equipment, technology, or controls. Identifying funding available to your business and providing estimates of project payback are key components.

Many companies could be eligible to apply for funding to assist with improvement efforts. Eligibility of sites and projects, however, should be considered carefully.

This PennTAP webinar will discuss funding opportunities for small to midsized companies throughout Pennsylvania.

Jul 18, 2019 12:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Denise Bechdel
Team Lead Energy & Environment @PennTAP
Denise Bechdel is the Energy and Environment team lead for PennTAP. She oversees the programs and personnel responsible for offering energy efficiency and pollution prevention assistance to small and midsize companies of all sectors throughout Pennsylvania. Over the past 15 years, Denise has performed more than 250 on-site assessments to help companies reduce their energy consumption, decrease pollution and related costs, improve environmental compliance, and decrease greenhouse gas emissions. She holds an associate degree in environmental technology from the Pennsylvania College of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in environmental resource management from Penn State. Denise was formerly an environmental consultant for the Penn State Small Business Development Center’s Environmental Management Assistance Program. She has certifications as a Renewable Energy Professional, Certified Energy Auditor, Registered Environmental Property Assessor, and Registered Environmental Manager.
Ed Boito
Small Business Ombudsman @PA Dept of Environmental Protections