Apr 16, 2011

For Earth Day, Environment Washington Helps Washingtonians Plug into Clean Energy


For Earth Day, Environment Washington Helps Washingtonians Plug into Clean Energy

Contact: Kristina Dumas, 206-568-2850 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 206-568-2850 end_of_the_skype_highlighting X 2008, kdumas@environmentwashington.org

WHAT: Environment Washington will announce a campaign highlighting the opportunities for Washingtonians to plug their homes and businesses into clean energy programs. They will release Plug into Clean Energy, a guide designed to help citizens take action to improve the energy performance of their homes through energy conservation and the installation of clean, onsite renewable energy.

Environment Washington will also announce a website designed to help educate residents about the opportunities to shift to clean energy, urging residents to opt into these programs. They will also be conducting a public education campaign this summer, providing Washington residents with information about clean energy and efficiency programs, including ratings for the most energy efficient appliances and cars.

WHO: Kristina Dumas, Field Associate, Environment Washington
Stanley Florek, CEO, Tangerine Power
Daniel Winterbottom, Associate Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington and member of the Northwest Center for Livable Communities

WHEN: Plug into Clean Energy and a release will be available Tuesday, April 19th at 9 am


Environment Washington is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy group. We work to protect the state’s clean air, clean water, and open spaces.

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