The EUC Marketing Team is looking to profile Participating Contractors and generate Upgrade Success Stories via various media channels (tv, newspaper, radio, web, etc). 

  • Do you have an upgrade success to share? 
  • Are you willing to talk with the media about Energy Upgrade California?
  • Could we include a quote from you in a press release or other publicity materials?
  • Would you allow members of the media to shadow you and/or your employees at a job site during and/or after the EUC upgrades (pending approval of the homeowner of course)?
  • Do you have a happy homeowner would would be willing to be interviewed?

 

If so, please contact me.  Thank You & We look forward to hearing from you :-)

 

 

 

 

Tags: California, Contractor, Energy, Homeowner, Marketing, Upgrade, Workshops

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Hi Jenifer, 

 

I'm a champion of a project in San Jose, CA called "Project 500-Squared." I work at a solar power company, and volunteer as a speaker on the energy efficiency project's behalf for the two organizations driving jobs creation/energy savings - Workforce Institute and Going Evergreen. 

 

Part of my blog is dedicated to EUC and Project 500-Squared www.greencollarprosperity.com

 

The blog will outline our experience in installments for other homeowners..even including the ACTUAL UNSCRUBBED assessment as a free download (people love to see this document).  My husband and I completed our "test in" and are now in the process of working with our contractor to figure out which of the recommended changes we are going to proceed with.

 

The blog might be a good source to get a feedback loop going, and we may be interested in broader media outreach.

 

Drop me a line when you have a moment to discuss a way forward.

 

Nichole

 

Nichole Edraos

Founder

www.greencollarprosperity.com

"Generating prosperity by creating white collar and blue collar jobs in America which have a net-positive environmental impact."

 

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