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WAPA Will Kick Off VIenergize Services

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will hold its St. Croix kickoff of VIenergize Services and the Vienergize Services Network Friday and Saturday.

According to a news release from WAPA:

• From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the Juan F. Luis Hospital Cardiac Center, residents and business owners can meet officials from the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Department of Energy, along with local experts from the V.I. Energy Office, and learn how to identify and pay for the most efficient energy and water projects for their home or business.

Representatives from the Building Performance Institute Inc. will speak about the importance of developing quality standards in the territory’s emerging energy industry. Business owners can find out how WAPA will assist qualified local energy service and product providers through the VIenergize Services Network that connects businesses with customers.

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Admission is free, and includes lunch.

Jennifer Nugent-Hill, assistant chief executive officer and chief operating officer of the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority, will be the guest speaker. Hill will speak on the theme, “Uniting All Segments of the USVI Community for the Energy Revolution.”

• From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, the public is invited to the “Vienergize Fair” at the Rudolph Shulterbrandt Agricultural Complex. Home Depot will have energy activities for all ages, and other vendors offering information on their energy efficient products and services. BPI and other energy experts will offer mini seminars to explain how residents, business owners, farmers and others can ensure they are receiving quality energy services, and teach the dos and don’ts of energy conservation.

There will be food for sale and music. Admission to the fair is free.

Residents and energy providers can pre-register for the events by either sending an email to vies@viwapa.vi, by selecting the VIenergize Services link at www.viwapa.vi, or by calling WAPA’s communications office at 773-2250 ext. 2050 or 2065.

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The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will hold its St. Croix kickoff of VIenergize Services and the Vienergize Services Network Friday and Saturday.

According to a news release from WAPA:

• From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the Juan F. Luis Hospital Cardiac Center, residents and business owners can meet officials from the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Department of Energy, along with local experts from the V.I. Energy Office, and learn how to identify and pay for the most efficient energy and water projects for their home or business.

Representatives from the Building Performance Institute Inc. will speak about the importance of developing quality standards in the territory’s emerging energy industry. Business owners can find out how WAPA will assist qualified local energy service and product providers through the VIenergize Services Network that connects businesses with customers.

Admission is free, and includes lunch.

Jennifer Nugent-Hill, assistant chief executive officer and chief operating officer of the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority, will be the guest speaker. Hill will speak on the theme, “Uniting All Segments of the USVI Community for the Energy Revolution.”

• From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, the public is invited to the “Vienergize Fair” at the Rudolph Shulterbrandt Agricultural Complex. Home Depot will have energy activities for all ages, and other vendors offering information on their energy efficient products and services. BPI and other energy experts will offer mini seminars to explain how residents, business owners, farmers and others can ensure they are receiving quality energy services, and teach the dos and don’ts of energy conservation.

There will be food for sale and music. Admission to the fair is free.

Residents and energy providers can pre-register for the events by either sending an email to vies@viwapa.vi, by selecting the VIenergize Services link at www.viwapa.vi, or by calling WAPA’s communications office at 773-2250 ext. 2050 or 2065.