Hot Purple Energy is proud to announce that its President, Nate Otto, has been selected to serve on the City of Palm Springs Sustainability Commission for the 2014-2015 year.
“It is an honor to be a part of this committee, serving a cause that is very important to me and working for the greater good of the city,” says Nate Otto, President of Hot Purple Energy. “I am excited to see the impact the commission’s continued collaborative efforts will have on Palm Springs.”
The Palm Springs Sustainability Commission is dedicated to contributing to a clean and healthy environment, community engagement and a thriving economy. The committee sponsors events throughout the year to encourage Coachella Valley residents to lower their carbon footprint and reduce the number of greenhouse gas emissions they exude.
The commission holds regular meetings every third Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. at Palm Springs City Hall. The meetings are open to the public. Attendees can receive information on the status of current and future measures being implemented throughout the city, as well as upcoming events and instructions on how to participate.
About Hot Purple Energy
HPE is a full-service energy company with a passion for providing solar systems and comprehensive energy solutions so that individuals and businesses can take control of their energy futures. Established in 2009, HPE is revered for its superior designs, quality components, fine installation techniques, and commitment to providing outstanding customer service. HPE’s portfolio of clients includes College of the Desert, Las Casuelas Terraza, the Gerald Ford and Abernathy Estates, the Morrison, Alta Verde Group’s Escena and Monte Sereno home communities, as well as hundreds of private consumers.