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Bringing More Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency to Monterey County

Please refer to end of this post for local resources on California Assembly Bill 811, whichhelps meet the greenhouse gas reduction goals of AB 32.

Tim McCormick’s talk was well-attended and  informative. You are welcome to phone me with any questions.

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Monterey County Building Services Director

Tim McCormick

will speak to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry

and others regarding

opportunities for local economy and environment offered by

California Energy Bill

AB 811*

Wednesday, 9/9, 5:30-7 PM

at Built In Distributors

2024 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA

Cost:  $15 NARI members, $20 non-members

Details (831) 899-2666

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*My recent commentaries on solar/renewable energy in the Salinas Californian and the Monterey County Weekly focused on AB 811.  Click here for thMonterey County Weekly commentary, “Seizing the time.”

Local resources on AB 811 include Jason K. Burnett, former associate deputy administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, now at Burnett EcoEnergy.com; and Karen Riley-Olms, AB 811 Program Manager for the Monterey County Building Services Department, (831) 755-5132.

This post was published on 9 September 2009. One or more changes last made to this post on 11 June 2017.

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