Jul 22, 2010-
Jul 22, 2010
04:00PM - 06:00PM
"Eliminating Your Energy Bill: A Commercial Prospective"
Financing a Solar Energy for your Business
Medlock Ames Winery
Event Description
As an owner or principal of a commercial enterprise in the North Bay, SolarCraft would like to invite you to a reception with a short presentation on “Eliminating Your Energy Bill: A Commercial Prospective” at Medlock Ames Winery on Thursday, July 22, 2010.
As a business it’s important to understand the financial aspects of how to purchase Solar and how Solar will benefit your organization - so we will cover topics such as PG&E support, rebates, tax credits, depreciation, 1603 grants and other incentives as well as the various financing options available including leasing, PPA’s, property tax financing and more.
“Eliminating Your Energy Bill: A Commercial Prospective”
Medlock Ames Winery
3487 Alexander Valley Road
Healdsburg, CA 
Thursday, July 22nd, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
~ Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served~
At 4:30 there will be a short presentation featuring:
·      Liz Yager, Sonoma County Energy Independence Program (SCEIP) Financing Scenarios with No Up-Front Investment Through SCEIP
·      Armando Navarro, PG&EBenefits of Commercial Solar & Support Programs
·      Andy Bannister, Earth Tone ConstructionSustainable Building Practices
·      Jake Whiteley,SolarCraft
Case Study: Rebates & Incentives
·      Jerry Guffey, Mission Capital Group
Private Financing Options
Please RSVP to Dana Smith -
  or (707)778-0568 ext 29.
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Dana Smith     Email:
Phone: 707-778-0568      Fax: 415-302-0592



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