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Extension to host energy efficiency workshops

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Colorado State University Extension is offering new workshops to help you assess whether your home is a good candidate for energy efficiency improvements, solar energy, and/or wind energy. Workshops include general information about clean energy as well as computer-based evaluation tools that can help you make financial and practical decisions. Throughout the day, you'll explore:

--Different ways to make your home more energy efficient;

--How to conduct a basic home energy efficiency assessment to identify energy saving opportunities;

--Comprehensive ways to determine both the technical and economic feasibility of adding wind or solar energy to your home; and

--Various financing options and incentives for energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Dates and locations for upcoming workshops include the following:

May 19--Sterling, Northeast Colorado Regional Engagement Center;

June 16--Pueblo, Pueblo County Extension Office;

July 7--Durango, La Plata County Extension Office;

Sept. 8--Golden, Jefferson County Extension Office;

Sept. 22--Grand Junction, Business Incubator Center; and

Oct. 13--Buena Vista, Sangre de Cristo Electric Association.

All trainings will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited. Cost is $10 payable at the door. Contact Sharal Foss at 970-491-6281 or sharal.foss@colostate.edu to register.

Visit www.ext.colostate.edu/energy/consumer.html for more information.

Date: 5/14/12



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