Commercial Bank achieved LEED Gold certification for implementing practical and measurable strategies and solutions aimed at achieving high performance in sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. Commercial Bank is the host of the Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard (EEED).

Harshaw Trane build the dashboard and this project was made possible through an $25,000 match and an additional $4,000 discount on services. Thank you Frank Harshaw for your generous contribution. 

MCEE business partners Bobby Clark and Jason Delambre produced the Rebuilding West Liberty Strategic Report after engagement with the citizens of West Liberty/Morgan County. Bobby Clark is the project manager for Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard project.

Former State Treasurer and Secretary of the Finance & Administration Cabinet Jonathan Miller helped get this project off the ground. Jonathan used to be Deputy Chief Staff to the Secretary of US Department of Energy under the Clinton Administration. This project was selected as a Clinton Global Initiative America "Committment to Action." Jonathan will reach out to statewide and national media contacts.  

Kentucky Power donated three Pulse Output meters to connect the four units at Frederick Place Apartments and for the two Habitat for Humanity homes built after the tornado and now have solar panels thanks to funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission.

Licking Valley Rural Electric Cooperative is donate a pulse output meter that will be used to connect an older home in Morgan County to the dashboard.

Sustainable Business Ventures Corporation, President Bobby Clark will maintain this website. 

Fahe is a primary partner and the Appalachian Regional Commission Grant Adminsitrator for this project. Thank you Jim King, Vonda Poynter, and Myralee Smith

Winterwood Property Management manages Frederick Place Apartments and helped get four units connected to the dashboard. Thank you Tonya Bolin!

Solar Energy Solutions (SES), Lexington, designed and installed solar panels on two Habitat for Humanity homes built after the tornado.  Thank you Matt Partymiller for providing a no cost extended warranty on these homes.

Fusion Corp Design developed this web site and provided a significant discount on their professional fees. Thank you Michael Baer!

Mountain Telephone provded video equipment for National Energy Education Development Teacher Training in December 2016 and other events for this project. Thank you Shane Ison and Quenton

Amber Philpott recordeded video while interviewing the Habitat for Humanity Homeowners and covering the Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard and WKYT-TV provided complete videos of her interviews which are posted on this wesite.