Welcome Super Trainer trainees!

April 14, 2010 at 4:48 pm Leave a comment

Super Trainers gather in downtown Durham to learn about electricity metering.

Why was a cluster of people gathered around an electricity meter on Main Street last Wednesday evening? They were volunteers being trained by Clean Energy Durham in how to conduct neighborhood workshops on saving household energy. The class of 10 volunteers was learning how to use a PowerCost monitor to measure electricity use, as demonstrated by Clean Energy Durham’s Energy Education Director, Tom Higgins. The volunteers are taking 15 hours of training in order to become Clean Energy Durham “Super Trainers,” who in turn train others. Super Trainer volunteer Diana Peronis is teaching the class alongside Higgins, and the class will wrap up in May. The Super Trainer trainees come from neighborhoods throughout Durham and will increase the breadth and speed of spreading energy education throughout Durham neighborhoods. Trainees include David Charters, John Dagenhart, Diana Deal, Tiffany Elder, David Hurley, Kathy Malloy, Angela Smith, Lester Smith, Sherry Taylor Lewis, and Jim Wisner.

Welcome new class! Thanks for your commitment to the Durham community!

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