Clean Footprint Hosts Free Sustainability Webinar

Upcoming webinar details how achieving sustainability does not have to be expensive.

Cape Canaveral, FL, March 26, 2015 --( Clean Footprint, Central Florida’s leading solar development and finance company, announced today an upcoming sustainability webinar called, Achieving Sustainability on a Zero Dollar Budget.

On March 31st of this year, at 2pm EST, Wes Morrison, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Clean Footprint will host a free webinar for those Energy Managers interested in learning how to overcome some of the problems they face including sustainability and budget.

Eliza Porter, Clean Footprint’s Chief Learning Office will present this 30-minute webinar complete with a question and answer portion.

“In addition to receiving valuable information on achieving sustainability, the webinar will offer participants access to our free eBook, The Energy Manager’s Guide to Sustainability on a Zero Dollar Budget,” said Morrison.

The eBook provides a solution to the problems an energy manager may face such as a limited budget, not enough staff, high-energy consumption, and rising electricity costs. Also included in the eBook is a free tool: The Top 8 Solar Energy Rebuttals.

“This webinar will help any business that wants to save money, be sustainable and go green,” said Porter. “We are looking forward to sharing our resources and our passion for sustainability with the participants. All they need to do is register in advance and attend.”

To join Clean Footprint for this sustainability webinar, interested parties are asked to register in advance for webinar by visiting their website. On the home page of the company's website will be a banner ad at the top with more instructions on how to register for the webinar.

About Clean Footprint
Located in Central Florida, Clean Footprint is fully engaged in solar development, financing, EPC, solar monitoring, and the operation and maintenance of mid-sized commercial solar projects and tax exempt organizations like municipalities, schools and churches. Clean Footprint works together with solar developers to bring solar PV projects to fruition that are reliable, cost effective, and sustainable. For more information, visit or phone (321) 613-4424.
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