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“Watt's Up?” Weekly Energy Discussion Series on Facebook Live

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Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) invites Mid-Hudson Valley residents to a Facebook Live event called “Watt's Up? Energy Stories with a Purpose” every Thursday at 5 p.m.
HUDSON VALLEY - The Mid-Hudson Community Energy Engagement Program (CEEP) seeks to help homeowners and renters make informed energy choices, inform consumers of financing options for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and products, help connect consumers with people and resources to implement those projects, and offer guidance throughout the process.
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) invites Mid-Hudson Valley residents to a Facebook Live event called “Watt's Up? Energy Stories with a Purpose” every Thursday at 5 p.m., - an effort by local Mid-Hudson Valley educators to reach out weekly to consumers seeking answers about energy and energy efficiency. Each week a different topic surrounding energy is explored and discussion follows, local resources and programming that can help consumers with an energy issue or related topic.
All are welcome to participate via Facebook Live or via ZOOM, on the CCE Dutchess County Facebook page.
To receive the ZOOM information to participate, email sw288@cornell.edu. Participants can ask questions and engage in the conversation.
For more information, connect with a Community Energy Advisor or find out more information regarding the weekly topic of Watt's Up by visiting the CCE Sullivan County (@ccesullivan) or Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County (@ccedutchess) Facebook pages.
Facebook Event link: www.facebook.com/events/741095166695855.
Email Sean Welsh at sw288@cornell.edu for more information. To learn more about this and other Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County programs, contact sullivan@cornell.edu or call 845-292-6180 and leave a voicemail.
For the latest CCE resources on public health and Covid-19, visit www.sullivancce.org.






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