"1000 Home Challenge" (an ACI initiative) intro webinar, May 31

Please notify Linda Wigington if you are available for the upcoming Intro to the Thousand Home Challenge webinar:

 

Tuesday,        May 17, 2011 11:30 - 1:00 (Eastern Standard time)

Tuesday,        May 31, 2011 11:30 - 1:00 (Eastern Standard time)

 

The Thousand Home Challenge is in its pilot stage; we are accepting applications for projects, documenting case studies, and developing the systems needed for the initiative.  At any time, review the resources and documents that we have posted on the Thousand Home Challenge Web site (www.1000HomeChallenge.org).  This website is not yet officially launched, but it is functional. 

ACI is hosting this repeated webinar to introduce the Thousand Home Challenge, explain the basis for meeting the Challenge, and answer your questions.  As a result of attending, participants should have a clearer idea of whether or not they are interested in participating in the THC as a homeowner, consultant, contractor, organization, or initiative. The webinar does not drill into the technical opportunities for reducing energy use, but rather explains the basis for, and how to determine a project’s customized threshold to meet the Thousand Home Challenge.

Please confirm to Linda by e-mail if you want to participate and she will send you the call-in information and the links to the documents prior to the webinar.

The webinar will be done as a conference call, with participants calling in and following along using documents that they downloaded from the Web site. 

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just moving this into view as the next webinar is approaching fast
It's happening later today!  Contact Linda if you wish to participate.

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