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June 18 summit to highlight advanced energy solutions available to Arkansans

Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // June 13, 2019

Little Rock – The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association is proud to host the 2019 Advanced Energy Finance & Infrastructure Summit Tuesday, June 18, from 1-5 p.m. at Heifer International. The event – free to prospective customers from both the public and private sectors – will detail initiatives and tools available to Arkansans seeking to implement advanced energy solutions, such as energy efficiency and renewable energy measures.

Representatives from Arkansas’s state agencies, colleges and universities, cities and counties, school districts, as well as business owners and non-profit leaders are encouraged to attend the half-day conference to interact directly with advanced energy program managers and providers.  

The AAEA summit will highlight the following programs:  
•    Arkansas Energy Performance Contracting
•    Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing
•    Public/Private Partnership (P3) 
•    Tariff On-Bill Financing
•    Volkswagen Settlement Opportunities

The full agenda can be found here. To register for the free event, contact AAEA at 501.537.0190, or info@arkansasadvancedenergy.com

“There are multiple ways Arkansans can access advanced energy solutions, which can lower energy bills and improve the quality of public facilities and private property alike,” said AAEA Executive Director Katie Laning Niebaum. “If you are facing outdated equipment, increasing maintenance and energy costs, and a limited budget, then make plans to join advanced energy experts on June 18.” 

The AAEA summit is presented by Entegrity and features 14 exhibiting companies doing business in Arkansas’s advanced energy economy: Bernhard Energy, Clear Energy, CLEAResult, Entegrity, Johnson Controls, LightWave Solar, McKinstry, Performance Services, Powers, Seal Solar, SELTECH, Stone Creek Solar, Today’s Power and Trane.

Media is invited to attend. To register, please contact AAEA executive director Katie Niebaum at katie@arkansasadvancedenergy.com, or 501.537.0190. 


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