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Chamber hosts 'lunch and learn' with Ameren Illinois'  ActOnEnergy

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[February 10, 2012]  The Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Ameren Illinois' ActOnEnergy program, will host a "lunch and learn" on Feb 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Pegram Room at the Lincoln Public Library. The chamber encourages representatives of businesses and organizations to attend to learn how to apply for cash incentives to help pay for part of their next electric or natural gas energy-efficiency project -- many of which have paybacks of less than a year.

HardwareThis event is the second in a new series the chamber is offering to help business leaders in Logan County.

"In 2011 we partnered with Frontier Communications to bring a ‘lunch 'n learn' on social media. This event was well attended last March, so we are hoping to see that same response to this program," said Andi Hake, executive director of the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce. "We will offer one more topic toward the end of 2012. If these two events are successful, we are looking at moving up to four in 2013."

The chamber is accepting reservations now for the Feb. 28 program, where you can learn about the ActOnEnery program, find out about the variety of cash incentives available for your business or organization, learn how to get cash incentives for your customers, meet your local energy adviser, Fred Joshu, C.E.M., and talk to ActOnEnergy representatives to answer any questions you may have.

Millions of dollars in cash incentives are available through ActOnEnergy, so this is an opportunity to learn more and start saving.

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The cost to attend the chamber event, which includes lunch, is $10. Space is limited. RSVP by Feb. 24 to Jennifer Lovett, events coordinator at the chamber, at 217-735-2385 or

The "lunch and learn" is part of the chamber's mission to serve its membership through a commitment to the economic prosperity of Lincoln and Logan County.



[Text from file received from the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce]

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