Lansdowne Environmental News – May 15, 2012

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Art Space Lansdowne
Have you had it with out-of-control gas and electric bills? Perhaps you’re already trying to be environmentally responsible with your energy usage in an effort to cut costs, but aren’t satisfied with the results. Well there’s more that you can do than just switch your regular lightbulbs to CFLs. Join energy expert Harold Finigan in this series of workshops that will open your eyes to many new and nontraditional energy savings solutions.
As a Staff Assistant to Congressman Robert W. Edgar, Harold came to realize the global consequences of an energy intensive society’s dependence on imported fuels during the 1979 oil crisis. In the ensuing three decades, Harold’s passionate interest in buildings, education, energy and public policy has led him to give more than 200 workshops on energy, conservation, and global climate change. He has also taught on the subject at the Wharton Business School & Drexel University, and developed a low-cost solar thermal heater which can offset primary heating loads.
Art Space Lansdowne is very excited to present three workshops from Harold that will all make a difference in your energy consumption and costs. Don’t miss these thought-provoking, eye-opening sessions with a renowned energy expert.
Build it Solar: Learn how you can incorporate solar heating into your home to generate FREE heat – with zero carbon emissions. Registration fee includes a 200-page book on solar energy.
Saturday, May 19, 2012
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Save Energy, Save Money: Master the basics of home energy efficiency! This interactive, easy-to-follow program explains how to reduce energy consumption, shrink the size of your carbon footprint and improve home comfort.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Deep Energy Retrofits: Save up to 75 percent on your energy consumption and costs in this in-depth workshop. Learn some innovative and impactful ways to cut your energy usage.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

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