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Business notes for Oct. 13, 2011

‘Energy Savings’

    The Angels Camp Business Association will present “Real Energy Savings for Businesses” at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at Camps Restaurant in Greenhorn Creek.
    The Sierra Nevada Energy Watch Project will be the main topic. It is a free program in Calaveras County. Any business or entity with a commercial Pacific Gas and Electric utility bill qualifies for a free audit of their energy usage with a report and recommendations for energy savings.
    The majority of the costs for the energy efficiency improvements are offset by various incentive programs available through March 2012.  The project handles all paperwork for the business to receive funding from a federal government program. Most businesses recoup their part of their costs within three to six months, officials said.
    Led by Emily Williams, energy associate for the Sierra Business Council, and Jim Heryford, owner of Gold Electric, the program will also feature local businesses who have already participated in the Energy Watch Project: Motherlode Motorsports, Angels Camp Veterinary Hospital and Gateway Press.    


Biz meeting

    The Angels Camp Business Association will meet Monday at The Mercantile, 1267 S. Main St., Angels Camp.
    Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. and the program at 6 p.m.
    Guest speakers Emily Williams, energy associate for the Sierra Business Council, and Jim Heryford, owner of Gold Electric, will give a presentation about the The Sierra Nevada Energy Watch Project.
    This program offers any business or entity with a commercial PG&E bill in Calaveras County a free audit of their energy usage with a report and recommendations for energy savings.
    The majority of the costs for the energy efficiency improvements are offset by various incentive programs available through March 2012. All paperwork for the business to get the funding is handled by the program and most businesses recoup their part of the costs within three to six months.

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