Energy and Environment Cabinet to Offer Workshop on 21st Century Energy Infrastructure Through Partnership with PEER

The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) is addressing energy resilience and security through a partnership with a new program called PEER, or Performance Excellence in Energy Renewal.

Modeled after the LEED rating system for Green Buildings and run by GBCI and USGBC, PEER is a new tool to measure and improve power system performance in cities, commercial and industrial complexes, and developed campuses such as military installations. Kentucky is the first state to formally partner with this program and as part of this partnership is creating exclusive opportunities for Kentucky energy leaders.

Please join the Energy and Environment Cabinet, USGBC and GBCI on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, for an all-day workshop focused on how Kentucky can leverage PEER to facilitate the construction of 21st century energy infrastructure that improves our security, resiliency, and creates economic opportunities.

This event is free of charge as it is fully sponsored by the Cabinet.

Register Here.

The workshop will include a discussion of how PEER integrates into the state’s energy landscape and interactive case studies.

Meeting Venue:
Harshaw Trane is conveniently located off of I-64W about 20 minutes east of downtown and one hour from Lexington. Click here to see the Harshaw Trane campus profile at USGBC.

For more information about PEER in Kentucky, contact Kenya Stump, Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet,