Webinar: No-Cost, Low-Cost Programs

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Webinar: No-Cost, Low-Cost Programs

Time: November 16, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Time given is Central. Call from anywhere.
Website or Map: http://www.cleanenergyambassa…
Phone: 505-474-7313
Event Type: free, 1-hour, webinar
Organized By: Jill Cliburn
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2011

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Learn about community- and utility-run programs that reduce utility bills using measures that are proven to give lots of bang for little bucks. What have we learned years after the first wave of give-away programs and direct installs? Speakers from Springfield City Water Light and Power in Illinois and the City of Boulder, Colorado in an informal 1-hour webinar. Emphasis on Plains region communities, but all are welcome. Sign up at www.cleanenergyambassadors.ning.com

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