- March 10, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Learn how to use Duke Energy Smart $aver money saving offers to help grow your business while strengthening relationships with your new and existing customers. Tools for Trade Allies can include rebates and incentives, shared advertising, collateral toolkit, virtual assessments, design assistance, and more. Duke Energy’s implementation contractor Willdan will provide an overview of the Design Assistance and Virtual Energy Assessments offerings along with a short charrette demonstrating the whole building energy consulting provided by the offering.
Charity McPhail has been serving Trade Allies and promoting the Smart $aver program for 8 years. She enjoys advocating for trade allies and making it easier for business customers to justify making investments in higher efficiency equipment. It’s been a treat for her to see how the technologies and program has evolved to better serve Trade Allies and customers over the years.
Jeanne Huntsman, AIA, is a Director at The Willdan with over 15 years’ experience and a passion for cost-effective sustainable design. She has helped a broad range of building types including speculative warehouses, data centers, primary and secondary education, municipal buildings, offices, churches, care facilities, hospitals and light manufacturing facilities achieve an average of 30% savings beyond code. Her completed projects save over 97 Million kWh annually, across 224 buildings in five states.
Hannah Mullaney is an Outreach Lead for Willdan and has been with the company for two years. Before joining Willdan, Hannah was a student at Appalachian State where she received her Bachelors in Sustainable Development. Currently, Hannah facilitates outreach and marketing for the NCEEDA and VEA programs in the Carolinas and Indiana.
Venue: Optima Engineering