OLEAN, NY — Kevin Clough of EnergyMark, LLC will provide an overview of local gas supply and its effect on electric pricing and businesses during the March 2, noon-1 p.m., Lunch & Learn workshop at the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce, 301 N. Union St.
The workshop is designed to help people decide whether it is worthwhile to switch to a different utility company, said Meme Yanetsko, the chamber's chief operating officer.
“There are many companies that supply electricity to small businesses,” said Yanetsko.
According to Clough, there are no fees to cancel or switch from EnergyMark plans. He also said there is no sales tax on the delivery of gas and electric supply, and utility companies continue to send only one bill.
Other GOACC Lunch & Learn seminars scheduled feature the following speakers and topics:
March 21: Tyler Threehouse, Esq., on personal estate planning, asset-protection trusts, business planning and the protection of legacies;
April 6: Greg Lindberg of the U.S. Small Business Administration,on cyber security, and
May 16: Adam Jester of Southern Tier Technical Services, on data projection.
The Lunch & Learn workshops are free for chamber members; non-members must pay a $10 admission fee. For more information or to make a reservation, contact the chamber by phone at 716-372-4433 or by email at email@example.com.