Save Money and Go Green
Friday, May 18, 2007
Cape Cod Community College
Route 132, Barnstable
Audience: Town administrators; select board and council members; finance, energy and building committee members; school administrators and board members; fleet managers; and DPW officials.
Presentations by experts as well as peers will provide municipal and school officials with inspiration, motivation and guidance to implement clean energy projects, programs and policies in their own communities. Participants will gain practical knowledge on how to reduce energy bills, increase energy efficiency, green up buildings and vehicle fleets, harness renewable energy and control greenhouse gas emissions associated with municipal and school operations. In addition to this full day workshop, there will be an introduction to the Cape & Islands Renewable Energy Action Plan, a tour of the collegeâ€™s Platinum LEED building, a vendorâ€™s fair and opportunities to view alternative fleet vehicles up close. For details, see www.waquoitbayreserve.org or www.cirenew.info.
For additional information contact Joan Muller at 508-457-0495 x107 or email@example.com.
To register or for further information about the vendorâ€™s tables, contact Laurie Tompkins, 508-457-0495 x108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-sponsors: Americorps-Cape Cod, Cape and Islands Self-Reliance, Cape Cod Commission, Cape Cod Community College, Cape Cod Economic Development Council of Barnstable County, Cape Cod Renewable Fuels Partnership, Cape Light Compact, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Water Energy & Ecology Information Services
Massachusetts Coastal Training Program (CTP): The CTP is designed to help meet coastal challenges with local solutions by providing support to coastal decision-makers in the form of science-based training and information that can be readily applied to management issues. The CTP is a part of the Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The Cape and Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative (CIREC): CIREC is a diverse group of individuals, organizations and businesses working together to promote a sustainable energy future for the Cape and Islands.
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