Call for Posts: Are you working on any energy efficiency projects?

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In recognition of Earth Day, Sunday April 22nd, The Energy Central Power Industry Network is asking for power industry professionals to share a post about their current project(s) in clean power and/or energy efficiency. 

Share your post by April 20th and it will be highlighted in one of our Earth Day special newsletter issues on April 24th, reaching over 60,000 other professionals in the power industry.  Plus, by sharing your insights you can establish yourself as a thought leader in the industry, collaborate with your peers on projects and issues, and help advance the power industry. 

Join in and share today. Here’s how:

Start a post in either the Clean Power or Energy Efficiency Community: the post does not need to be a full-fledged article.  You can share highlights.

Be sure to include  #earth-day-2018 as one of the tags!

Ideas of what to share in your post:

  • What project(s) are you currently working on.
  • Share some highlights from your project.
  • Share your successes.
  • Share your anticipated successes – future outcomes.
  • Share lessons learned.

Don’t have time to share a full post – you can read what others are sharing and add your thoughts in the comments section:

Some recent Clean Power and Energy Efficiency posts:



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