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Business Breakfast Series - Control Tech

Business Breakfast Series - Control Tech

December 19, 2017    |    8:00 am - 9:00 am


Brick Street Inn
175 S. Main Street
Zionsville, IN 46077

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Tracy Phillips

The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce's Business Breakfast Series is a monthly event where where business owners can network with their peers over light breakfast and listen to an engaging seminar given by a member of the business community. Each month, the topic for the seminar changes to offer attendees a wide variety of education opportunities.

Zionsville Chamber Corporate Sponsor, Control Tech, is presenting this month's speakers. Speaker Laura Matney, Energy Efficiency Programs Manager at Wabash Valley Power Association, will inform guests of programs offered through the Boone REMC. Laura will cover the subjects of:

*Residential Rebate Programs Summary

*Business Rebate Programs Summary

*Business New Construction Rebate Summary

*Boone REMC Energy Advisor Services flyer

This event is free to Zionsville Chamber members and first time guests. Coffee and a light breakfast will be provided.

RSVPs are strongly advised and can be made through this link

The Business Breakfast Series is sponsored by The National Bank of Indianapolis.

Laura is a graduate of Ball State University with a BA degree in Legal Administration. She spent six years working for law offices in Chicago and Indiana as a paralegal before joining Wabash Valley Power Association in 1996, leaving law for the more progressive and exciting electric utility industry.

At Wabash, she has held positions in corporate records and marketing. She became WVPA’s first residential energy advisor in 2006 and was promoted to Energy Efficiency Programs Manager in 2012. Laura is responsible for all phases of WVPA’s fourteen efficiency programs for both residential and commercial members. This includes planning, design, marketing, implementation and evaluation. She became a Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified Building Analyst in 2008. Her interest in energy efficient building practices started as a child when her father designed and built a passive solar heated geodesic dome as the family’s home. Her Mom and Dad still live there today and are members of Parke County REMC, one of WVPA’s 23 member distribution cooperatives.

Ms. Matney lives Columbus, IN with her husband, a teenage daughter and two German Shepherds. Her son serves in the United States Air Force and is based in Japan. She has found many similarities between raising kids and training dogs and is still trying to get both to turn off the lights when they leave the room!