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A Sustainable Hospitality Session: Energy Benchmarking, Efficiency, Incentives, and Procurement

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Location: 
Downtown DC Business Improvement District – 1250 H Street, NW – Suite 1000 – 10th Floor
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Do you own, manage, or represent restaurant or other facility with a commercial kitchen?
Learn how your restaurant can REDUCE energy costs, GO GREEN and SAVE money!

Don’t miss an exciting event next Tuesday, October 2nd! We’ll be discussing how the new energy benchmarking requirements affect the hospitality sector, the ENERGY STAR programs and products that can help you save energy and money, and the DC Sustainable Energy Utility programs that can help you pay for efficiency investments!

Join us to learn about new energy and water reporting requirements for restaurants in larger buildings, available options and incentives to help you track and decrease your energy consumption and details about how to purchase clean energy whether you own the building or are a tenant. The session will be facilitated by sustainability consultants Eco-Coach.

You will hear first-hand from a panel of the people who are directly involved in providing the information and incentives, including representatives from:

Why this session is important to your bottom line

Restaurants and commercial kitchens are two of the highest energy consumers in buildings—using roughly 5 – 7% more energy per square foot than other commercial buildings, such as office buildings and retail stores. High volume quick-service restaurants may even use up to 10 times more energy per square foot than other commercial buildings. ( U. S. Department of Energy). This means there's a tremendous opportunity for your business to save energy and reduce costs. This session will help you learn how.

Please RSVP to: events@eco-coach.com

Note: seating is limited, so reserve your spot today!

Hosted by the:
Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW)

The Downtown DC Business Improvement District

DowntownDC EcoDistrict