ComEd helps train energy-efficiency businesses
OAK BROOK -- ComEd held a graduation ceremony Friday for 33 business that completed its Energy Efficiency Service Provider (EESP) Incubator program.
The EESP Incubator program offers participants training on ComEd's energy efficiency portfolio offerings; provides one-on-one assistance with certification applications, business growth plans and building relationships with project financing lenders; and identifies, addresses and resolves barriers to building a successful business in the energy efficiency field, the utility company said.
The graduating class included minority-owned, woman-owned, veteran-owned and other contractor businesses.
"For ComEd, powering lives is more than delivering electricity to our customers," said Gil C. Quiniones, CEO of ComEd. "It's about supporting the region's workforce and economy through utility-driven, clean-energy innovation and opportunities."