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Thursday, May 06, 2010
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Energy Forum: Best Practices in Demand Side Management

All businesses in Ohio will soon be faced with energy efficiency mandates as a result of the passing of Senate Bill 221 (SB221). The Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Rider (DSE2), included in SB221, will assess a new fee for each kWh of electricity consumed by non-residential customers.  This fee can be avoided by Mercantile Electric Customers (greater than 700,000 kWh annual usage) by demonstrating implementation of qualifying energy efficiency projects. 

The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) will not only help your company avoid potential surcharges beginning in 2010, but also identify areas where you can make energy efficient improvements.  COSE's designation as an Administrator in FirstEnergy's Energy Efficiency Collaborative permits us to help Mercantile Electric Customers reduce demand, save energy dollars and meet the energy efficiency standards. Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) and COSE members are able to take advantage of these new programs through COSE free of charge. To date, COSE has already submitted several Mercantile applications to the PUCO on behalf of our members.  Join us for an information session focused on the benefits of demand side management. COSE will teach you the steps your business can take to report energy conservation efforts already made, how to make qualified investments in new energy efficient improvements and prevent new charges.

LUNCHEON MEETING    -  -  -    RESERVATIONS REQUIRED  Program is free without lunch    /    Lunch Cost : $20 payable at the door

  NON-MEMBERS   AND  GUESTS  ARE  WELCOME RESERVATIONS  :  BY EMAIL    rick@think-energy.net  

All businesses in Ohio will soon be faced with energy efficiency mandates as a result of the passing of Senate Bill 221 (SB221). The Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Rider (DSE2), included in SB221, will assess a new fee for each kWh of electricity consumed by non-residential customers.  This fee can be avoided by Mercantile Electric Customers (greater than 700,000 kWh annual usage) by demonstrating implementation of qualifying energy efficiency projects.  The Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) will not only help your company avoid potential surcharges beginning in 2010, but also identify areas where you can make energy efficient improvements.  COSE's designation as an Administrator in FirstEnergy's Energy Efficiency Collaborative permits us to help Mercantile Electric Customers reduce demand, save energy dollars and meet the energy efficiency standards. Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) and COSE members are able to take advantage of these new programs through COSE free of charge. To date, COSE has already submitted several Mercantile applications to the PUCO on behalf of our members.  Join us for an information session focused on the benefits of demand side management. COSE will teach you the steps your business can take to report energy conservation efforts already made, how to make qualified investments in new energy efficient improvements and prevent new charges. LUNCHEON MEETING    -  -  -    RESERVATIONS REQUIRED  Program is free without lunch    /    Lunch Cost : $20 payable at the door   NON-MEMBERS   AND  GUESTS  ARE  WELCOME RESERVATIONS  :  BY EMAIL    rick@think-energy.net  

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