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Business briefs, March 22

Inter-County Energy sends several to conference

The Midwest Residential Energy conference promotes energy efficient home performance through the education of Building Science principles. The conference objective is to provide continuing education and updates on building codes, tax credits and financial incentives, energy efficiency programs and new technologies that benefit or affect the professions of builders, remodelers, realtors, HVAC contractors, HERS raters, building analysts, utility program managers and utility energy advisors among others.

Pictured left to right are Jackie Campbell, Jimmy Claunch, and Jeff Brown, all with Campbell’s Heating & Air, April Burgess with Inter-County Energy, Kenny Sussman with CJR Heating & Air, Ricky Lane with Inter-County Energy, and James White with CJR Heating & Air.

Inter-County Energy, the local Touchstone Energy Cooperative, sponsors and sends local contractors to the Midwest Residential Energy Conference so they can earn their continuing education credits. While earning their CEUs, contractors learn how their trade promotes energy efficiency to their customers. This year Inter-County sent Campbell’s HVAC Inc. and CJR Heating & Air Conditioning to the Midwest Energy Conference. Both Campbell’s and CJR work closely with Inter-County members doing duct seals, heat pump retrofits, and new installations. CJR also installs insulation on new and existing homes.

Inter-County Energy strives to educate local contractors about energy efficiency and the programs that Inter-County offers to their members. This partnership promotes contractors and Inter-County to work together to serve their members by building energy efficient homes, lowering energy bills, saving money, all while enjoying a comfortable and durable home.

For more information on Inter-County’s energy efficiency programs contact Inter-County Energy at (859) 236-4561 or toll free 1-888-266-7322.

Middleton promoted at Stuart Powell Ford

Stuart Powell Ford Lincoln Mazda has announced that Juallena Middleton has been promoted to QuickLane Service Adviser. She had been front desk manager and receptionist.

We congratulate Juallena on her promotion, and invite you to bring your vehicle – any brand, no matter where it was purchased — to her at the QuickLane at Stuart Powell, 225 South Danville Bypass. Appointments can be made by calling (859) 238-1197.