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Release Date: October 17, 2014

How much of the energy you pay for goes out the window?
First Greenburgh Business Roundtable –for businesses that are located in Greenburgh and for Greenburgh residents who have businesses in the county
Find out how the Town of Greenburgh can support your business. Hosted by Supervisor Paul Feiner. Speakers include Marsha Gordon of the Business Council of Westchester, Dani Glaser of Westchester Green Business Challenge and Elyssa Rothe of Energize NY.
Thursday, Oct 23rd 2014, 7:00 pm
Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Ave., Greenburgh
The Town of Greenburgh is pleased to offer Energize NY Finance for clean energy building improvements as a member of the Energy Improvement Corporation    www.EnergizeNY.org
CASE STUDY: Riverview Court Saving $300,000+ annually
In Yonkers a 343 unit affordable multifamily building built in 1973 completed energy efficiency upgrades like common-area and apartment lighting, installing timers on exhaust fans and installing low-flow water devices.  The $3,048,644 project received $617,400 in NYSERDA incentives and resulted in annual energy cost savings of $319,875.
CASE STUDY: Shopping Center saving $55,000+ annually
In Norwalk a shopping center used Connecticut’s C-PACE (Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy) loan program to install efficient lighting and a solar array.  The shopping center, which is home to Bed, Bath & Beyond, Bow-Tie Cinemas and several other tenants, was built in the 1970s for industrial uses and renovated for retail in 1999.  C-PACE will help finance $172,000 of the $292,000 project with competitive rates and long repayment options and is now available in Greenburgh.  The project will provide annual energy savings of $55,000.
Questions? Call Garrett Duquesne, Commissioner, Dept of Community Planning, Town of Greenburgh (914) 993-1532 or visit EnergizeNY.org.
This is the first Greenburgh business roundtable. Among the goals: To provide local businesses with information that can help them succeed and save money. And, to find out what the town can do to help them.   It’s important to have a successful businesses in our town and for local businesses to feel that their town officials are responsive to concerns.
Paul Feiner

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