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Los Angeles County and Southern California utilities will host this Energy Upgrade California program launch event and conference. The conference will connect individuals looking to start or advance their careers with California's leading residential energy efficiency trainers and subject-matter experts. Networking opportunities will help newcomers and veterans alike forge and strengthen relationships, while an exhibit hall will showcase the latest products and services essential to success. Join hundreds of attendees who will explore best practices with in-field experts and network with leaders.

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Hi there,

   Is there a description  on what the classes are about ie: on Monday Devon Hartman has a class on home performance 101. what will he and the others be talking about

Hi Judy,

 

I'm afraid there isn't an in-depth description. But if you click on each session listing under the Conference Program tab, you'll find the name of each presenter hyperlinked to their bio. The person's background will give you some idea of what perspective they'll be offering on the topic. Sorry there isn't more available!

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