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Reducing Residential Electrical Baseload

  • Feb 16, 2011 · 5:30 PM
  • San Francisco Department of the Environment

Reducing Residential Electrical Baseload Sponsored by Build It Green--San Francisco Guild Speaker: Chris Hunt of PowerDown Determine how much electrical baseload you are consuming and use that analysis to lower monthly usage and your electric bill. The session will cover both technique and monitoring tools used, problems encountered and their resolutions. Wednesday 16 February 2011 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm San Francisco Department of the Environment, 11 Grove Street, San Francisco CA 94102 Prices: $15. Discounts and fees may apply. Visit
here for more information or to register. Note: Build It Green, SF Department of the Environment, and the speaker are not affiliated with
Green Making. This announcement is a courtesy for our members.

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