“The Lombardo Welcome Center: Creating Positive Energy at Millersville University” will be the topic when the C&I Council meets at 8:00 a.m. on June 12th. The meeting will be held on the Millersville Campus at 88 James Street, Millersville, PA. From Route 30, take the exit for Route 741 east (Millersville/Rohrerstown); turn south onto Route 741 (left if traveling west on Route 30 away from Lancaster City); go about 4 miles south of Route 30 on Route 41, turn right at the light onto Route 999; turn left at the third traffic light onto George Street; follow George Street onto the Millersville University Campus; after the second traffic light, bear left at the Clock Tower; George Street turns into James Street after the turn; The Lombardo Welcome Center will be on your right and McComsey Parking Lot is on your left.
Chris Steuer, Sustainability Director, will be the presenter. Last spring, Millersville University opened the doors to its new zero energy Lombardo Welcome Center, a super energy-efficient building that generates all of its own energy onsite through renewable sources. One year later the building is positioned to be one of the first buildings in the country to achieve zero energy certification through the Living Future Institute. This presentation will provide an overview of the building’s unique features and performance and introduce the University’s new Positive Energy Award program that uses the building’s cost savings to power student projects that advance the Global Goals for Sustainable Development in Lancaster County.
Breakfast will be available beginning at 8:00 a.m. Phone (717) 569-4625 or email Judy at jspence@LCARonline.com to make your reservation — the registration deadline is June 5th.
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