GET Sustainable Energy Funds: with Rob McMonagle and GET Businesses

Monday, November 23, 2009 - 22:30 to Tuesday, November 24, 2009 - 01:00

Green Enterprise Toronto and the Fourth Pig Worker Co-op Present:

Enjoy complimentary hors d’ouvres courtesy of the Rivoli.
The event is free but space is limited - please RSVP
Presented by Green Enterprise Toronto and the Fourth Pig Worker Co-op.

If you are a builder, contractor, designer, architect, property owner or represent a not for profit in the City of Toronto, come and find out more about how the  City of Toronto’s Sustainable Energy Funds could help your project. The city supports projects from non-profits, municipal, academic, social service and health care sectors in this exciting project.

Meet Rob McMonagle, Senior Energy Consultant and green energy guru from the City of Toronto, who will tell us all about the Toronto Sustainable Energy Funds.  Meet GET members who specialize in green retrofits and design, renewable energy and reducing a building's greenhouse gases.
Program: a 20 minute presentation at 6:30 with Q+A plus info tables from GET members

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