Come learn tomorrow how to cut your energy bill and thus help make College Park a more environmentally friendly community.
The Committee for a Better Environment (CBE) will be hosting an energy workshop tomorrow at the City Hall (4500 Knox Road), where Dollie Banks, PEPCO’s residential program manager, will present information about the compnay’s incentives for making homes more energy-efficient.
Also, David Brosch, home auditor for Green Homes Blue Sky, will speak about how to use a Kill-A-Watt meter, do your own home audit of electrical appliances, and the advantages of doing a full home audit. CBE has purchased four Kill-A-Watt meters for College Park residents to borrow to use in their homes. Come to the workshop to learn how to use it and sign up to borrow one.
The workshop will start at 10am and continue until 12pm. You can register the event free by emailing CPCBEworkshop@gmail.com or calling Elisa Vitale at 301-277-3445