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Monthly Open-House Training on the Energy Central Community & Platform with Community Manager Matt Chester

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Official Energy Central Community Manager of Generation and Energy Management Networks. Matt is an energy analyst in Orlando FL (by way of Washington DC) working as an independent energy...

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To ensure Community Members of Energy Central, both new and old, get the most out of the Energy Central Community Platform, Community Manager Matt Chester is hosting an Open-House Training session.

During this monthly half-hour training session, Matt will go over the basics:

  • Our Network of Communities – which one might be best for you
  • How to join a community
  • How to connect with others in the community
  • How you can make your voice stand out among your peers
  • How you can share best practices, tips, and tricks
  • How you can use our Q&A Forum to solve problems
  • Our Experts Network
  • And more.

This 30-minute session will also leave time for your questions, providing advice for your goals, and an interactive discussion-- so the live session is the ideal option, if you can make it!

These open-house training sessions will be held once per month. We look forward to seeing you in the next session, sign up below: 

 

February  23rd at 1:00 PM Eastern: Energy Central Community Training with Community Manager Matt Chester

 

March 20th at 10:00 AM Eastern: Energy Central Community Training with Community Manager Matt Chester

 

April 19th at 5:00 PM Eastern: Energy Central Community Training with Community Manager Matt Chester

 

If you're unable to make our next live session, you can always check out a recording of a past session here

 

 

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