Clean Energy Ambassadors invites you to join our free, monthly lunchtime webinar.
The September Webinar will be on Improving Irrigation Energy Efficiency--Your Technical and Financing Plan featuring Ron Rose of Nebraska Public Power District and a regional representative of RUS. Registration opens next week-- so watch this site.
Also, see previous webinars recorded for your convenience-- links below.
The community leaders and utility folks that follow Clean Energy Ambassadors have unique opportunities to work within their community and build trust in order to trigger active engagement and real energy savings. Here, I offer some examples of successful engagement--achieving fairly astounding results--and what's happening beneath the surface.
Posted by Michelle Vigen on August 19, 2014 at 5:46pm
Posted by Jill K. Cliburn on August 4, 2014 at 11:30am
Here’s an area where municipal utilities, electric co-ops, and rural community organizers have an edge over their big-city neighbors. That is, in reaching small business-people to help boost individual energy savings and local economic development. Even in a middle-sized city, it is not too hard to know dozens of your utility’s small business customers. You see them at civic clubs, at church, at your kids’ ball games—or when you stop by on weekends with your family…Continue
Posted by Jill K. Cliburn on July 30, 2014 at 12:30pm
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
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.