Learn about Clean Energy Durham's new neighborhood energy savings
program for communities. For more information, click here.
Saving Energy.Building Community.
Throughout Durham, volunteers are teaching their neighbors how to save energy.They organize groups, learn basic information and techniques, and “pay it forward” to their neighbors.Clean Energy Durham inspires and supports these volunteers with workshops on saving energy, creating fun and effective neighborhood organizations, and tracking and sharing their successes.
Come join us for FREE Basic Energy Education Workshops
The workshops last about an hour and you will learn simple, no-cost and low-cost things you can do around your home to save energy. The workshops are co-sponsored by the North Carolina Co-operative Extension. There's one more left!
April 17, 2014
South Regional Durham County Library
4505 S. Alston Ave., 27713
See our neighbor-to-neighbor program in action.
And here's how we collaborated with a local home energy retrofit program.
What is it?
Area individuals and businesses commit to help Clean Energy Durham guide Durham toward reduced energy use.
To learn about 2030 Society members who have made this generous commitment, click here.
Clean Energy Durham turns Five Years Old!
Click here to listen to an NPR interview with our founder and former Executive Director, Judy Kincaid.