PSE shares power tips at chamber meeting

Representatives from Puget Sound Energy will give money saving tips for business owners, including how to continue productivity when the power goes out, at the next Clinton Chamber of Commerce meeting.

  • Tuesday, October 25, 2011 10:11am
  • Business

Representatives from Puget Sound Energy will give money saving tips for business owners, including how to continue productivity when the power goes out, at the next Clinton Chamber of Commerce meeting.

Linda Anderson, energy advisor in the Freeland office, will talk about commercial and residential energy efficiency ideas, including details about PSE rebates and incentives. Larry Berdan, PSE’s generator expert, will explain how to determine the right size generator for office or home and how to install it properly.

The Clinton chamber will meet at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3 at Anchor Books & Coffee on Highway 525 and the public is welcome.

Dinner features La Paz food from Cozy’s Roadhouse and the cost is $12; RSVP to info@discoverclintonwa.com.

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