Ribbon cutting for Greener Dawn set for Sept. 10
Company specializes in clean tech consulting and advisory across numerous areas
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newest member, Greener Dawn which encompasses GD Inc and GD Investment Group.
The ceremony will take place at their new headquarters at 444 South Cedros Avenue Suite 195 in Solana Beach from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 10.
The ribbon cutting will be followed by San Diego Green Drinks, music, wine, beer and food. Clean Tech San Diego will be in attendance in support of Greener Dawn.
Members of the community will have a chance to meet and talk with the Greener Dawn Residential, Commercial, Climate, Research and Investment Banking teams. The teams are made up of a collection of expert professionals including LEED AP consultants, climate specialists, HERS raters, research analysts, and investment bankers with one primary mission – create green solutions.
As the political, financial, and commercial landscape drastically changes before our eyes, Greener Dawn has arrived with a turnkey solution. Greener Dawn Commercial has created a proprietary methodology that will enhance the financial performance of commercial assets through a sustainable roadmap.
They provide a detailed cost benefit value analysis to illustrate the return on your investment which utilizes Energy Star certification and LEED certification. GD Residential provides a home energy retrofit, turnkey solution for municipalities including technology, training, a network of auditors and job placement.
Greener Dawn Climate helps to identify Carbon and Efficiency strategies, evaluate regulatory and financial environmental risks and provide climate change solutions to combat global warming or generate tradable credits.
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