NERP Volunteers Learn Basic Energy Efficiency Skills

December 30, 2010 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

 

Volunteers get trained in basic energy efficiency

 

Our Neighborhood Energy Retrofit Program (NERP) Basic Energy Education, Train-the-Trainer (BEE-TTT) workshops have been a roaring success!  Volunteers from the NERP neighborhoods got a basic education lesson in energy efficiency that they then taught to their neighbors.

A Fisher Heights volunteer learned a lot from her BEE-TTT workshop—she went home and tried doing some projects—here is what she had to say:

“After the workshop I went home and shut down my computer, I didn’t realize that I was turning off my phone too because they were hooked up together.”

“I wanted to clean the coils on my refrigerator but I can’t see them from the bottom of the refrigerator.”

“I want to use the PowerCost Monitor at my house.”

“I would like to host the NERP Do-It-Yourself workshop.”

The DIY workshop will be a great opportunity for this volunteer and her Fisher Heights neighbors to have the first two comments addressed—keep an open ear for the DIY workshops in February and March 2011.

Tom

Entry filed under: Fisher Heights, Neighborhood Energy Retrofit Program (NERP), Neighborhoods.

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