Clean Energy Ambassadors invites you to join our free webinar, once each month at Noon Central Time.
See the FORUM for a pdf of the July presentation. A recording of the presentation will be posted soon!
Watch this space for registration--coming soon--for the August Webinar-- Hot Tips for Small Business Energy Saving!
Also, see archives from previous webinars in our Forum on the right side of this page.
I previewed David Wooley’s presentation on meeting EPA’s new carbon regs with energy efficiency and renewables at a InterSolar/ASES conference in San Francisco last week. I knew that our CEA webinar “regulars” would appreciate it, so I signed Dave up right away to share it Monday, July 21 at noon Central (11 am Mountain time). It was literally a breath of fresh air, and I don’t mean that just because the American Lung Association has predicted the new regs can…Continue
Posted by Jill K. Cliburn on July 14, 2014 at 3:40pm
I found this item on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) REAP program at Clean Energy Finance Forum. Thanks to Kat Friedrich for the piece. Many CEA website readers are already familiar with REAP—but if you are not, or if you need a nudge to consider using this source of rural grant and loan money, we are nudging you now! Remember that CEA has a new “Drop in Consultation” service, which provides a free expert consulting session. If you…Continue
Posted by Jill K. Cliburn on June 4, 2014 at 11:12am
How’s your weather? The sky outside my office window was filled with snowflakes yesterday—a doubly jarring springtime event. That’s because I moved some time ago from the Midwest to Sunny Santa Fe, New Mexico and also because I have been preparing to give the May webinar presentation for CEA, on hot weather energy saving tips. Think about sandals, sunhats, lemonade or cold beer, humidity, and utility customers worried about their cooling bills. It will happen sooner than we think—so…Continue
Posted by Jill K. Cliburn on May 14, 2014 at 12:00pm
My name is Conor Tokaz and I recently became the new program director for Clean Energy Ambassadors. I am originally from Austin, Texas and I have always had a passion for energy efficiency. Even as a young child, I made my family crazy by walking throughout the house and constantly turning off light switches and thermostats in order to save energy. I attended Trinity University where I earned by BA in both History and Spanish. After college, I attended St. Mary's School of Law in San…Continue
Posted by Conor Tokaz on May 2, 2014 at 11:30am
Another source of inspiration is the website of the Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change Conference. This is now an annual conference, which is largely focused on local planning in action. That is, what kinds of local programs and activities might you aim for, considering which have proven exciting and successful already? See www.beccconferenece.org and don't miss the YouTube videos of conference "lightening presentations". Also, look for a trend among presentations that use social networking, competitions, and other new marketing techniques. CEA has tapped these resources from time to time for our own work.