Save money, improve health and reduce emissions.
Looking for cost effective ways to move away from fossil fuels? Losing sleep over your carbon footprint, but don’t know how to lower it? Confused by new technology and available tax credits and rebates?
Join The Community Library and the Climate Action Coalition of the Wood River Valley for a panel discussion with early adopters and local experts to learn how you can take steps towards a cleaner, more efficient home and access the tax credits and rebates to make it affordable. All are welcome! (Renters, home owners, builders, service providers, any and all!)
– John Reuter: Owner Greenworks; green building consultant/solar installer
– Elizabeth Jeffrey: Climate Action Coalition founder; electrification early adopter
– Bill Harvey: Power plant engineer and electrification early adopter
The panel will be moderated by Scott Runkel: Sun Valley Community School Science Teacher and Sustainability Coordinator, and Climate Action Coalition member.
Register at www.comlib.org to save your seat. The program will also be livestreamed to Vimeo and recorded for later viewing.