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Energy Efficiency Online Teach-In

Thursday, Mar 22, 2018

As we ramp up efforts to push Governor Cuomo, NYSERDA and the Public Service Commission to adopt a comprehensive energy efficiency program that is as ambitious and equitable as possible, we invite clean energy advocates and climate activists from across the state to participate in this online teach-in. The goal of the teach-in is to provide an overview of the importance of energy efficiency in meeting our climate + clean energy goals, creating green jobs + healthier homes.

Sponsor: New Yorkers for Clean Power

Featured speakers: Miles Farmer, Staff Attorney, Climate + Clean Energy Program - NRDC; Clarke Gock, Director of Policy and Strategy - PUSH Buffalo; Jessica Azulay, Program Director - Alliance for a Green Economy: + Hal Smith, CEO - Halco Energy

Date: Thursday, March 22, 7- 8 pm

RSVP: Eventbrite

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