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Salt Lake City — BOMA Utah hosted a panel of energy conservation experts from Rocky Mountain Power, Questar Gas, and Utah Clean Energy at its April luncheon. The panel consisted of:
Kevin Emerson, senior policy and regulatory associate, Utah Clean Energy. Emerson spoke about the UCAIR and Property Assess Clean Energy or (PACE) programs, which help Utah business become conscious of and minimize their environmental impact.
Zach Brown, marketing representative at Questar. Brown assists in developing and managing the ThermWise program, which provides incentives and rebates granted for energy conservation.
Chris Helmers, manager of the Wattsmart Business Program at Rocky Mountain Power. Wattsmart provides technical expertise and cash incentives for improving energy efficiency.
The speakers was urged people to be proactive about their energy consumption by cutting emissions. They said cutting emissions will also lower costs and help protect the environment. Emerson encouraged listeners to commit to simple measures, such as turning of equipment and lights and upgrading to longer lasting and environmentally friendly options.
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure” Emerson said.