Webinar: Building a Clean Energy Future in Philadelphia
Join us for a lunchtime webinar to go over how PGCC is providing low-cost financing options for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in the Philadelphia region.
Renewable energy and energy efficiency projects can seem inaccessible to Philadelphia's home and business owners due to challenging scopes and high costs. The Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC) is making this process more cost-effective and helping to improve living conditions and increase building resilience directly.
Join the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia (SBN), the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp (PGCC), the Philadelphia Energy Authority, and the Building Industry Association of Philadelphia (BIA) on Thursday, March 17 at 12 pm for a webinar to discuss how PGCC is providing low-cost financing options for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in the Philadelphia region. Guests will gain a better understanding of the tools and resources the commercial sector can utilize to incorporate clean energy and sustainability into their new constructions and retrofits.
Rishika Ghosh, Senior Associate at the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC)
Rishika Ghosh is a Senior Associate at the Philadelphia Green Capital Corp. (PGCC), the new green bank affiliate of the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA). She joined PGCC in 2021, and is focused on pipeline and program development. She has a decade of academic and professional experience in renewable energy, wind engineering, program management, and sustainable development.
Matt Stern, Senior Director, Commercial Programs for the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA)
Matt Stern serves as Senior Director, Commercial Programs for the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA). PEA is a municipal government agency that aims to be a catalyst for the growth of a robust, equitable, diverse clean energy economy in Philadelphia through the development of long-term energy projects, policy, education and market-building activities. Matt currently oversees PEA’s commercial initiatives including administration of Philadelphia’s Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy financing (C-PACE) program, expansion of the country’s largest Solarize program, Solarize Philly, to include commercial properties and management of Philadelphia municipal clean energy projects.
***This program is free and open to all.
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