By now you’ve probably received your energy use rating from Seattle City Light. If you’re concerned about your score here’s a free way to learn how to save energy, save money, and reduce your carbon footprint at a workshop I’ll be facilitating with my friends from Sustainable Seattle.
SustainableWorks, a non-profit general contractor and energy efficiency organization, and Sustainable Seattle, a non-profit organization motivating businesses and neighborhoods to take action for sustainability have been awarded funding to launch an energy efficiency training and action program to the Central District and Beacon Hill neighborhoods.
By becoming a SNAP (the Sustainable Neighbors Action Program) volunteer you will get the know-how to share practical energy efficiency tips with your friends and neighbors. The free training and materials you will be provided will enable family, friends, and neighbors to save energy, save money, and reduce their carbon footprints.
SNAP volunteers will be offered a two part training. Part 1: How to conduct a do-it-yourself energy inspection of your home; Part 2: a walk through of a Central District home with an eye out for saving energy and saving money on energy bills. Volunteers will be asked to share the love with their family, friends, and neighbors.
Session 1: September 12th from 6-9 PM
Session 2: September 15th from 10 AM – 12 NOON
Location: Session 1: CENTERSTONE, formally CAMP, 722 – 18th Ave. 98122 Session 2: A Central District home, TBA at Session 1