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Georgia’s Solar Future: Incentives and Cost Reduction (Lawrenceville Manufa...
Wed, June 7, 2017, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT
Manufacturing Growth Educational Series*
Location: Gwinnett Technical College
Lunch is included in the registration price
Georgia’s Solar Future: Incentives and Cost Reduction
In 2015 alone, $311,000,000 was invested in solar installations in GA. Is your company aware of the benefits of using solar energy and the incentives for doing so?
Join us for 2-hour training to:
Discuss the record levels at which Georgia companies are adding solar capacity, and what the future of solar energy usage in Georgia looks like
Learn about financial incentives from utility companies, the state, and the federal government for solar installation
Obtain resources and tools for you to determine the feasibility for solar energy usage at your facility
Event includes lunch, networking, presentation, case study, and Q&A.
Series Partners: Gwinnett Technical College and Partnership Gwinnett
Speaker: Sinan Sinharoy, GaMEP Project Manager
Sinan specializes in performing energy assessments and teaching energy management courses for companies to help improve energy performance and lower utility bills.
As a graduate student, Sinharoy worked for Georgia Tech and was a lead student in the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) program. He performed energy assessments and created recommendations for plants throughout Georgia and South Carolina. He also created a guide for Georgia Tech to implement the ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard.
Sinharoy received both a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering a Master of City & Regional Planning, Specialization in Economic Development from Georgia Tech.
*This quarterly lunch and learn educational series will deliver actionable tips and tools of the trade specifically designed to help Georgia Manufacturers grow their business.