Commercial Solar Seminar at BOMA Sustainability Week

April 11, 2012 at 10:17 pm Leave a comment

This week, the Hawaii chapter of Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) is hosting Sustainability Week 2012, a special program of events and classes to help building owners and managers learn about applying sustainability concepts to your properties and businesses.

As part of the program, Lumen Solar is hosting a free seminar on Solar Thermal for Commercial Buildings on Friday, April 13, 9 am at Group 70 International’s Sustainability Showroom (925 Bethel St., Honolulu, HI).  The presentation will showcase commercial building applications for Apricus solar thermal collectors, including domestic hot water, pool heating, and innovative air conditioning and dehumidification solutions.  We’ll cover the ins and outs of evacuated tube solar thermal and explore how it works with available technologies, tax credits, and financial incentives to provide significant savings for commercial buildings.  Register here for the free seminar and other BOMA Sustainability Week events.

Co-sponsoring organizations of BOMA Sustainability Week include Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Associations, Hawaii Chapter of USGBC and ASHRAE Hawaii.

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