The OPALCO Annual Meeting has the primary function the electing of the Directors to the Board and approving any bylaw amendments. And the occasion also brings a number of guests and supporting agencies that have everything to do with Energy Savings and all the programs related to energy efficiency.
At this year’s meeting, the 79th for OPALCO, we were joined by the team at San Juan Conservation District, the Community Energy Challenge, and the OPALCO Energy Savings Team. You may have met the folks working in our county to promote energy savings through weatherization and other programs when they were handing out low-energy night lights and “solar” clothes dryers.
And speaking of programs, here’s a snapshot of how to get started with your energy savings projects.
If you didn’t get to the 2016 Annual Meeting to learn how these programs have already saved energy and members’ money, keep an eye on this site for upcoming meetings and events geared towards Energy Savings.
Next post will talk about the Community Energy Challenge(CEC) successes. Check back soon to read more.