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What in the EE world are you working on?

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It’s Earth Day this Sunday April 22 and we want to hear the voices of the Energy Efficiency Community from every corner of the United States, Canada and even the world.

Let’s together paint a picture of the busy, dynamic world of EE that is helping to create a more sustainable planet. Make a Post on AESP-Energy Central’s EE Community and tell us about the current project you are working on. Are you launching a new pilot? Conducting home energy audits? Just completed a program evaluation? Trying to get a new technology off the ground?

Share your post by April 20 and tag it #earth-day-2018 and #AESP18 and it will be highlighted in Energy Central’s Earth Day special newsletter on April 24, reaching over 60,000 professionals in the power industry. 

Start a post in AESP-Energy Central’s EE Community  now! The post does not need to be a full article.  You can share highlights such as:

  • Current project(s) related to EE
  • Questions or help you may need 
  • Future expected outcomes 
  • Lessons learned
  • Successes

If you need any help, please do not hesitate to reach out to our community coordinator Rachael Lewis at

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