May 7 Webinar: Cutting Utility Costs for Hospitality Businesses During COVID-19

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May 7 Webinar: Cutting Utility Costs for Hospitality Businesses During COVID-19

RALEIGH, N.C.—With COVID-19 mandated closures and slow re-openings, many of North Carolina’s tourism and hospitality businesses are struggling to cut operating costs, including utilities. This webinar on Thursday, May 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. provides a real-time, peer-to-peer forum to hear from leading hospitality businesses and Duke Energy.

Learn, hear and Share:

  • How hospitality businesses are managing utilities under their current operational constraints.
  • Smart approaches to controlling utility use and costs during closures and upon re-openings.
  • What are the latest savings programs and advice offered by Duke Energy.
  • How businesses are renegotiating waste services for improved cost controls.

Panelists include: Seth Gross, owner, Bull City Burger and Brewery, Pompieri Pizza & Bull City Solera and Taproom, Durham, N.C.; Bryan Lach, Area Director of Purchasing, Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club; and Brian Postelle, Communications Manager, NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island; and Adonai Colon, Business Energy Advisor, Duke Energy.

There will be a Q&A discussion with all panelists.

The webinar is hosted by NC GreenTravel, a program of the NC Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service and Waste Reduction Partners.

Click here to register for the webinar.

For more information, contact: Terry Albrecht at Terry.Albrecht@ncdenr.gov or Tom Rhodes at Tom.Rhodes@ncdenr.gov.