In less than 30 months, Solarize accounts for almost 30% of of all Connecticut’s residential solar
During these campaigns almost one-third of all the state’s solar came from the Solarize schools of pharmacy canada program. To put that in context, that’s the equivalent of removing over 11,997,000 pounds of coal or over 25,000 barrels of oil from our energy supply. Over 1800 homes across the state have now participated in Solarize CT, which works with town leaders, local volunteers, and solar installers to provide discount pricing to program participants. Solarize Connecticut is a partnership between CT Green Bank and SmartPower and participating cities and towns. And the solar installations show no sign of slowing down. The next Phase of Solarize is now launching tylenol codeine canada pharmacy with 15 new towns signing on. See which towns are joining Solarize at www.SolarizeCT.com.
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Deadline Extended for Video Submissions
BREAKING NEWS: SmartPower announced today that the winning video from The Rhode Island Video Challenge will be highlighted at NewportFilm’s “Green Screen” next year. In order to accommodate the Green Screen showing, and the anticipated increased participation for the Video Challenge, SmartPower is extending the deadline for submissions for the Rhode Island Video Challenge to January 31, 2015. The Video Challenge is part of SmartPower and National Grid’s Rhode Island Energy Challenge program that is currently helping Rhode Islanders lower their energy use by taking four simple actions in their home or work. Updates about the Rhode Island Video Challenge, including entry requirements and prizes can be found at www.findyourfour.com/videochallenge. For more information, contact Malinda Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m very excited to be able to brag to you about SmartPower’s President, Brian Keane. While he might be embarrassed about this attention, Brian is receiving The People’s Action for Clean Energy (PACE) “Lifetime Achievement Award”. The event is this Saturday, November 22nd at 6:00 pm in West Hartford, Connecticut. We couldn’t be more proud. Brian has led SmartPower, the nation’s leading social marketing non-profit since it’s inception in 2002. This award is a testament to how SmartPower’s strategic program design and implementation campaigns have transformed how Americans use, adopt and invest in clean energy and energy efficiency. Please join me in congratulating Brian and SmartPower. And as we like to say, “Let’s make more!” For more information, please visit: www.pace-cleanenergy.org. Toni Bouchard Chief Operating Officer
…and everyone will receive a free copy of Green Is Good”! The Center for the Environment at Catawba College will host Brian F. Keane, the author of Green Is Good, at an open forum on this Wednesday, November 12th. Keane is also President of SmartPower the organization partnering with The Center on The Environment on the Solarize Salisbury-Rowan online pharmacy Campaign. In addition to an update on the campaign, the talk and discussion will focus on “Green is Good — From Solarize to Energy Efficiency: Making Green Work for You at Home and in Business.” All participants will receive a free copy of Keane’s book and he will be available to sign copies after the 6:30 p.m. presentation. The event is free to the public, but registration is required. To register, call 704-637-4727 or visit www.CenterForTheEnvironment.org. Lane Wallace Community Outreach Manager SmartPower
The Institute Celebrates its 30th Anniversary!
SmartPower is proud to sponsor IIEC’s 30th Anniversary Celebration and Symposium on November 13th, joining ACEEE, United Nations Foundation, NRDC and others in supporting IIEC’s work to increase the use of energy efficiency as an important clean energy approach.
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November 13, 2014 Metropolitan Ballroom The Liaison Capitol Hill 415 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC Register today!
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