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Fri, Oct 05 2018

2018 National Energy Efficiency Day: Efficiency Starts from Within,

Brooklyn, New York, United States Brooklyn, New York, United States

  • About the event

    We would like to invite you to our interactive workshop, on National Energy Efficiency Day, where we will explore:

    • What is energy efficiency
    • How can energy efficiency programs influence New Yorkers
    • What can we do to expand awareness for an energy equitable New York

    Please come to this discussion with an open mind and willingness to explore conversations to understand equitable efficiency.

    This is open to everyone. We encourage both energy professionals and professionals from other industries to attend. The workshop will conclude with light food, refreshments, and music. When you register, use the tag #EEDay2018 to join the collaborative effort of regional and national organizations working to promote energy efficiency.

    Why should you sponsor?

    On October 5, 2018, a growing network of advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities and others will showcase the benefits of energy efficiency during the third annual nationwide Energy Efficiency Day. The benefits of becoming a sponsor for our event are:

    1. Acess to energy professionals
    2. Awareness of energy industry in New York City 
    3. Opportunity to connect with various companies, utilities, and goverment organizations 


    Daphany Sanchez

    Kinetic Communities Consulting Corporation (KC3) is the first New York social enterprise certified Benefit Corporation (B Corp) and certified NYC Minority Women Owned Business(MWBE) who advocates and implements strategic energy equity market transformations for diverse New York communities. By working with energy and affordable housing industry partners, KC3 connects, educate, and simplify energy efficiency opportunities for New York residents with limited resources.  Energy Efficiency upgrades help New Yorkers save money, feel safe, and live in a cleaner environment.

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  • 51-100 attendees expected


    61% Male Attendees


    39% Female Attendees

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