Flushing Bank will partner with US Energy Group to present Energy Efficiency and Financing for Property Owners and Managers, an event featuring distinguished energy and banking experts, on September 25, 2013 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Inn at Great Neck (30 Cutter Mill Road).
Speakers include: Luke Ferland (Energy Engineer, Energy Management & Research Associates – EMRA) on behalf of Fred Goldner, C.E.M. (Founder, EMRA), David Hepinstall (Executive Director of the Association for Energy Affordability, Inc. – AEA), Vlada Kenniff (Managing Director, New York City Department of Environmental Protection), Francis Korzekwinski (Executive Vice President, Flushing Bank), and David Unger (Chief Operating Officer, US Energy Group).
Attendees can seek to qualify for financing from Flushing Bank and to arrange the purchase of US Energy Group’s Building Energy Management System (BEMS) and other qualified building improvements. The free event will stimulate energy efficiency initiatives in local buildings.
“As a community bank, we welcome the opportunity to help businesses and property owners, in our local community, improve their operating efficiencies. These types of efforts will improve property values in the long run and help to promote cleaner environmental surroundings for all,” stated Francis Korzekwinski, Executive Vice President at Flushing Bank.
The event will feature several presentations. Hepinstall, Ferland, and Unger will present strategies to reduce energy usage, run buildings more efficiently and save money. Kenniff will discuss water conservation efforts. Flushing Bank will discuss its commercial real estate loan programs and its commercial banking services, including Remote Capture, and Online Banking.
“We are pleased to be working with Flushing Bank to make local buildings more energy efficient,” stated Jerry Pindus, CEO of US Energy Group. “This event will help owners and managers understand how to make their buildings more efficient, and also how to afford the costs associated with acquiring the necessary equipment to increase efficiency.”
The event will include an opportunity for industry leaders and property owners to network in a cocktail reception at the conclusion of the seminar. The event is free and open to property owners and managing agents in the New York Metropolitan area. To RSVP email: email@example.com. Advanced reservations are required and seating is limited. Visit www.use-group.com for more information.