ComEd published a new story to the Powering Lives Network about ways to stay connected with ComEd through e-learning, from webinars to home energy assessments to STEM education activities. The story can be found at https://poweringlives.comed.com/elearning-opportunities-through-comed/
 
We have additional ways to stay virtually connected with ComEd, including webinars and home energy assessments.
  • Webinars
If you manage a business or building, you can learn about saving money and energy without leaving your couch through ComEd’s live and on-demand webinars. Each e-session is tailored to the unique needs of your business or building and includes information on incentives offered by ComEd and energy efficiency tips for a variety of industries including hotels, schools, factories and more. In a recent webinar held for the public sector (i.e., local government, municipalities, park districts, libraries), more than 100 customers registered – one of the largest registries for a customer-focused webinar in the company’s history.
 
  • Free Energy Assessments
If you’re a ComEd customer, you have opportunities to reduce your energy use with a FREE energy assessment for your home that includes free and discounted products.  Businesses are also eligible for a free facility assessment that offers recommendations on energy saving projects and identifies available incentives. When you request an assessment, you can choose to receive a virtual or an in-person assessment with a ComEd representative, who will wear personal protective equipment and practice social distancing.

ChiBizHub is closing out this month with a phenomenal webinar on October 28th at 3pm entitled, “Mentorship and the Importance of Professional Associations in the Age of COVID-19.”

Join us for a ChiBizHub Conversation on the importance of mentorship and professional associations in the age of COVID-19 featuring a panel of small business experts from the Tory Burch Foundation, 10,000 Small Businesses Goldman Sachs, and the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA).

To register for this event please visit: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_k9RwcBUCRM25M6JZPlDOCA.
OCTOBER 19

Virtual Community Meeting for the Proposed Development at 1330-1364 W. Washington / 100-138 N. Ada / 1349-1389 W. Randolph

Please join 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr. and the West Loop Community Organization (WLCO) for a virtual community meeting regarding the proposed development at 1330-1364 W Washington / 100-138 N. Ada / 1349-1389 W. Randolph.
Monday, October 19th, 2020
6PM
Registration required
The Applicant seeks a Zoning Map Amendment to create a planned development with three sub areas, from a C1-3 Neighborhood Commercial District to a DX-3 Downtown Mixed-Use District and then a Planned Development.

Please contact WLCO Executive Director Carla M. Agostinelli at carla@westloop.org or via telephone at 312.666.1991 with any comments, questions or concerns about the proposed development.