You want to know how to save money on energy and we can help with a special workshop â€“ part of ArtsBuildâ€™s Energy Conservation Program
Working with Natural Resources Canada, ArtsBuild has customized their Dollars to $ense workshop on energy conservation specifically for the arts sector.
Whether youâ€™re tackling annual maintenance, a large-scale renovation, or a new build, our Energy Conservation will help you find the best-fit solutions for your needs.
DETAILS WHEN: March 26, 2014, 9 am â€“ 1 pm WHERE: In-person in Toronto OR live streamed online. If you canâ€™t make the trip to the workshop, simply log on from your computer and watch the entire presentation live. HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Register here to attend in person or watch from the comfort of your computer!
Current best practices for energy conservation including tips you can implement right away
Ways to make your facility more energy efficient using specific arts facilities examples
Review of opportunities to save money through energy conservation
Hands-on activities and exercises so you can become more familiar with the components in your facility
Who should attend?
Arts organizations that want to decrease their operating costs by making their energy management more efficient and effective
Leaders responsible for creative spaces including theatres, galleries, concert halls, museums and other arts facilities, big and small
Those that are interested in making energy conservation changes to their facility but donâ€™t know where to start
ArtsBuild's Energy Conservation Program Build knowledge. Save money. Support Sustainability.
ArtsBuildâ€™s Energy Conservation Program helps arts organizations identify and implement cost-effective energy conservation projects for their buildings. The Program has two parts: energy conservation training workshops and significantly subsidized energy audits.
For more information about ArtsBuildâ€™s Energy Conservation Program, including the subsidized energy audit, go to www.artsbuildontario.ca/energy or contact email@example.com.
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Delivered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada and Toronto Hydro.