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Thursday, March 25, 2010
6:15 PM - 7:30 PM

Residential energy retrofils: Where to begin

Attention Prospective, New and Existing Home Owners: If you are daunted by the talk of identifying what to do with an older home that needs a lot of work, intimidated by all the options, or have been holding off on upgrades until the time is right - then look no further.  This month's Clean Energy Network Meeting will provide you with resources to invest strategically in energy retrofits and upgrades to your home.  Options are limitless, pocketbooks are not.  Learn about identifying priority items to make your house a healthier environment for your family, as well as more energy efficient.  The lecture will include an overview of current grants and incentives available to homeowners.  And each family will receive a Free compact fluorescent light bulb courtesy of Green Energy Ohio.Guest Speaker is Matt Berges, Green Housing Manager for Environmental Health Watch (EHW).  Matt is certified by the National Health Association as a Healthy Homes Specialist and by the Building Performance Institute as a Building Performance Analyst. Learn more about our speaker and this program by visiting our website at www.GreenEnergyOhio.orgSpace is Limited - RSVP is Required to athan@greenenergyohio.org.  Parking is available in the staff lot behind the Cleveland Environmental Center Building.  Please enter at the Lorain Avenue Door.Event Sponsors: The Cleveland Foundation and Environmental Health WatchAttention Prospective, New and Existing Home Owners: If you are daunted by the talk of identifying what to do with an older home that needs a lot of work, intimidated by all the options, or have been holding off on upgrades until the time is right - then look no further.  This month's Clean Energy Network Meeting will provide you with resources to invest strategically in energy retrofits and upgrades to your home.  Options are limitless, pocketbooks are not.  Learn about identifying priority items to make your house a healthier environment for your family, as well as more energy efficient.  The lecture will include an overview of current grants and incentives available to homeowners.  And each family will receive a Free compact fluorescent light bulb courtesy of Green Energy Ohio.Guest Speaker is Matt Berges, Green Housing Manager for Environmental Health Watch (EHW).  Matt is certified by the National Health Association as a Healthy Homes Specialist and by the Building Performance Institute as a Building Performance Analyst. Learn more about our speaker and this program by visiting our website at www.GreenEnergyOhio.orgSpace is Limited - RSVP is Required to athan@greenenergyohio.org.  Parking is available in the staff lot behind the Cleveland Environmental Center Building.  Please enter at the Lorain Avenue Door.Event Sponsors: The Cleveland Foundation and Environmental Health Watch

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