How Energy Managers are Getting More Out of Their Lunch Hour

Kate Hanley | July 13, 2015

Looking for a productive way to spend your lunch hour? Look no further than EDF Climate Corps’ Energy Efficiency Expertise (3E) Webinar Series!

Designed for energy management and sustainability professionals in the EDF Climate Corps network, this free webinar series focuses on the latest trends in energy management presented by leading organizations such as Encentiv Energy, EnerNOC and STEM Energy.

These hour-long webinars – held 2-3 times per week from 1-2 pm ET – are a free resource we provide our fellows, hosts and colleagues. Each session features a presentation on a specific energy management topic – such as energy savings for non-techies, employee engagement and the basics of green leasing – followed by a Q&A session with presenters.

The 3E Webinars are just one of the many ways that EDF Climate Corps is connecting our network to energy efficiency expertise this summer. We’re also hosting regional events in NYC, DC, Chicago, and San Francisco. Are you located in one of those areas? Let us know!

You can also check out our website for tools and case studies, join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook or subscribe to this blog to stay up-to-date on EDF Climate Corps news and events.

We’ve already hosted 8 webinars as part of the 3E series so far this summer, but there are still 9 more to come! A list of the upcoming sessions is below. (To register for a particular session, please click the individual link below.)

Upcoming sessions include:

To see the full 3E Webinar Series schedule click here. Missed a past presentation? Not to worry – our team can share past recordings upon request. Just email Yesh Pavlik apavlik@edf.org.

We hope to see you at our upcoming 3E webinars!

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