The Lakewood Chamber of Commerce and the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) have announced a collaboration that will benefit area businesses and their employees.
Through this new partnership, Lakewood Chamber of Commerce members are now eligible to participate in the COSE Energy Choice program, a dedicated resource that addresses small business energy challenges.
The COSE Energy Choice program extends the opportunity for area businesses to enroll in savings programs that feature some of the lowest rates in the market on natural gas and electricity generation. The program also lets participants conduct facility energy assessments and attend educational events. In addition, the COSE Energy Choice program provides discounted residential utility rates, so employees of area businesses can also take advantage of energy cost savings opportunities.
“We are thrilled to be working with the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce in supporting their local small business members,” says Steve Millard, president and executive director of COSE. “Controlling energy costs and consumption is important to a small business and will be even more important as future state and federal legislation is implemented. We will be working with the local chamber to help Lakewood small businesses understand their energy strategy options.”
“The Lakewood Chamber and COSE are always looking for ways to support small businesses and the COSE Energy Choice program offers a great cost saving opportunity,” says Patty Ryan, CEO and president of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce. “The fact that our chamber members can offer the program to their employees is an additional benefit.”
Business owners can get more information on the COSE Energy Choice program by contacting COSE at 216.592.2205 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce at 216.226.2900 or email@example.com.