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AIBA Luncheon Panel Discussion “The Nuts and Bolts of Energy Savings – An Easy Walk Through of Your Work Space”

Tuesday, March 27, 11:30-1:00
Chez Zee, 5406 Balcones Dr., Austin, TX 78731
Please join us for a great panel discussion on how to save money and increase efficiency. Our panelists will share their expertise and stories on how to save money and get the most from the electricity you do use. AIBA members who have taken advantage of Austin Energy’s programs will share their successes.
Pat Rist,
Terry Moore, Austin Energy
RC Beall, Texas Coffee Traders
Russell Haert, Sun Tint
Shay Erickson, PeopleFund

This event is sponsored by AIBA partners Austin Energy and Texas Green Network 

Almost every business in Austin can find ways to improve their bottom line through energy-savings. Austin Energy’s Terry Moore will help you look at your work space with fresh eyes. He’ll offer no cost solutions for saving money, as well as improvements that may be an investment – giving you some handy rules of thumb to help you determine which types of improvements make sense for you in your business situation right now. 
RSVP Now and Save! New Early Bird rates! $20 members, $30 nonmembers through March 20. $25 members, $35 nonmembers after March 20. Early Bird registrants will also be entered into a drawing to win one of two free lunches. 
Terry Moore leads the commercial/industrial energy efficiency programs for Austin Energy.  He has been with the City-owned electric utility for 5 years. Terry’s team works with customers that range in size from small businesses to Austin Energy’s top 200 commercial/industrial customers.
Before joining Austin Energy, Terry owned and operated his own mechanical and electrical contracting company.  He has also worked as a commercial/industrial consultant and as an operations manager for Central Power and Light Company (AEP).