Date: Dec 17, 2019

The Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology (WGCIT) will be hosting a Salinas Valley Energy Forum on January 27, 2020, to address energy concerns in Monterey County. This event will provide valuable insight to ranchers, farmers, food processors and/or affiliate businesses with energy concerns in the Salinas Valley.

Energy along the 101 corridor in the Salinas Valley is a pain point for anyone involved with produce. With questionable power quality and potentially 10 years of PG&E power shut offs ahead of us, energy poses a major disruption to businesses. Fortunately, the energy industry as a whole is going through a transformation, with significant benefits to the ag industry.

WGCIT resident Concentric Power has assembled an expert panel of energy developers, government agencies and solution providers to offer insight on energy geared toward sparing businesses from the next outage and saving them money while meeting some of the businesses’ sustainability goals.

The event will be held in Salinas, Calif. Stay tuned to Spotlight for further details on the event and how to register. Have questions in the meantime? Please feel free to email Loree Dowse of Concentric Power.

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Chardae Heim
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