Want to know what you can do in your own home to contribute to a more sustainable future? In this debut event of the Local Clean Energy Alliance Presents series, learn how you can help your city meet climate action plan goals, and increase the effectiveness of Community Choice energy (CCE), a public alternative to PG&E for electricity.
Guest presenter Pierre Delforge of the Natural Resources Defense Council will discuss how to slash emissions from natural gas appliances like furnaces and water heaters, and why it matters.
This is the first in a series of public-interest events on issues related to renewable energy and a sustainable future hosted by Local Clean Energy Alliance. The Alliance is a non-profit membership organization working for equitable, sustainable communities through local renewable resource development.
Thursday, April 6, 7-8 PM
Oakstop, 1721 Broadway