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Advantage IQ's CEO next Executive Connect featured speaker

Advantage IQ, Energy Management ServicesA lot of folks talk about green tech and its importance in the development of the new economy.

One company that sometimes misses recognition for its green value is Spokane-based Advantage IQ. The firm, which spun out of Avista, provides detailed utility expense analysis and efficiency management for large companies. 

Company President and CEO Jeff Heggedahl will explain how it does that work in the next Executive Connect breakfast, on May 26 at the Georgian Room of the Spokane Club, 1102 W. Riverside. Hosted by Connect Northwest, the event begins at 7:30 a.m. (doors open at 7).

Advantage IQ has received an EPA Energy Star sustained excellence award for five consecutive years. The most recent award noted the company in 2010 provided energy ratings to more than 38,000 buildings, an 11 percent increase over 2009.

Admission is $30. To reserve a spot, contact Catherine Greer, at catherineg@connectnw.org or 509.358.2114.

For information on Advantage IQ, here's the website.

 

 




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