Recognizing Social Media Day 2022: Let's Connect With Each Other!

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  • Jun 30, 2022

There's no doubt a day for anything these days, and the Energy Central Community Team realized that June 30 is known as Social Media Day, launched by Mashable over a decade ago. 

While the Knowledge Sharing and Community Platform on Energy Central is by far our favorite way to connect, share, and collaborate with you all, we know that you're all on social media elsewhere. In fact, we are too!

So in celebration of this esteemed holiday. I invite our community members to share their Social Media profiles below that they'd like to have their fellow Energy Central members connect with them. And at Energy Central we'd love you to follow our various social media accounts so we can be in touch there!

Energy Central on LinkedIn 

Energy Central on Twitter

The Energy Collective Group from Energy Central on Twitter

The Intelligent Utility Network from Energy Central on Twitter

Energy Central on Facebook

Energy Central TV on YouTube

LinkedIn Groups Run by Energy Central:

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