Pints for Power (today!) plus two other awesome local sustainability events
Quick reminder Pints for Power is this evening at Wedge Foundation. 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Hope to see you there!
Keep reading for more info on the event, plus two other climate change related events you might want to put on your calendar.
“Is my roof sunny enough?”
“Will I still be connected to the grid?”
“Can I really save money??”
Come join us at Wedge Foundation this afternoon to get your burning solar questions answered.
We’ll also be joined by our friends at Blue Horizons Project. Their mission is to connect residents and businesses to local energy efficiency resources, programs, and renewable energy.
If you’re considering solar for your home or business, bring your power bill for a quick solar consult and a pint of your choice, on us.
If you’re already a customer, bring that lovely low power bill for a pint on us, too. We appreciate you!
Hope to see you there!
Maybe you’ve heard that in 2018 the City of Asheville committed to transition all municipal operations to renewable energy by 2030. And maybe you just heard Asheville is rolling out a handful of electric buses. Good stuff is unfolding. Check out this event at The Collider if you wanna get up to date on local climate change efforts, plus learn how you can get involved.
What: City of Asheville’s Climate Resource Guide release and Renewable Energy Initiative community update
Date: Next Wednesday, June 19th
Time: 5-7 pm
Place: The Collider
The City of Asheville will share info on how we can build a more climate resilient community, including the release of ““Building a Climate-Resilient Asheville — Personal Action Guide.” Learn more here.
You probably know landfills and the methane generated from are a big contributor to climate change. And that recycling is a really great way to lower those emissions. But recycling certain stuff can be confusing. And if you’re anything like us, maybe you have some dusty old electronics piled in your closet that you haven’t quite figured out what to do with.
Broken laptop? Flip phone? Batteries?
Check out Hard 2 Recycle this weekend. It’s free!
What: Hard 2 Recycle
Date: This Saturday, June 15th
Time: 10 am to 2pm
Place: 108 Monticello Road, Weaverville NC
Click here for details, including a list of what you can (and can’t) bring for them to recycle. And if Weaverville isn’t your neighborhood, check out their site for one happening near you soon.