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The Power to Work

  • 10-Jan-2020
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Grand, Long Beach, CA
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The Power to Work

California's power grid is changing fast, and "we don't have a plan," said California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Picker. Bill Hogue and Dan Herborn of Intelligent Design Energy, IDE, will discuss the importance of business power plans and how they can help you: 

  • protect your business and real estate assets during inevitable blackouts
  • become energy independent
  • harness tax benefits
  • save significantly on your utility bills

Register now and join Developers, Multi-Family Investors, other distinguished guests, and our Long Beach Commercial Real Estate Council members for breakfast. 

Speaker Bios: 

Bill Hogue is a Licensed California Real Estate Broker, General Contractor and Certified Roof Inspector with Intelligent Design Energy (IDE), a Long Beach based renewable energy solutions firm specializing in co-generation, solar energy and other energy efficiency systems. Bill has been with IDE for 3 years and applies his construction and sales background to serve clients across Southern California.

Don Herborn is Sales Director for IDE. Prior to entering the renewable energy industry, Don was Director of Donlar Corporation for over 23 years.


Date: Friday, January 10 

Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Location: 

The Grand
4101 E Willow St
Long Beach, CA 90815


Agenda:

  • 7:30 am: Member Networking
  • 7:45 am: Member Introductions
  • 8 am: Presentation
  • 9 am: Meeting Concludes


About Us: The Long Beach Commercial Real Estate Council provides strong advocacy, education, and business opportunities through a powerful Long Beach & South Bay based network. Since 1992 our members' participation and dedication have led us to become the leading organization for developers, CRE brokerage, construction, lending, title & escrow, local government, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate in the greater Long Beach and South Bay area.

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