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TEAM Spirit - Assisting Faith Communities in Achieving Greater Energy Efficiency
TEAM Spirit is a collaborative program with NC Interfaith Power and Light (NCIPL), the NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA), and NC faith communities. Together we are working to empower every individual and congregation to do all we can to reduce our carbon footprints. The TEAM (Transformation of Energy Assessment and Management) Spirit program provides a portfolio of services that will educate and empower NC congregations about energy use, efficiency, and their relationship with their utility providers. TEAM Spirit incorporates tools, resources, utility data collection and analysis, and energy advisor services to educate and empower congregations to take action, reduce energy use, and save money. How to Register with TEAM Spirit Go to and create an account with your online utility profile. Visit the TEAM Spirit overview on NCSEA’s website for detailed instructions. **If your congregation does not already have an online account with the utility provider, you will need to create one. Contact Laura Langham, NCSEA Energy Efficiency Program Manager [masked] for support. NCIPL is here to help you and your congregation learn to understand your current energy use baselines and develop significant goals to become more efficient with our precious energy resources. Contact NCIPL Director Susannah Tuttle, [masked] /[masked]


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About Triad EcoHub!

Triad EcoHub! is a new platform operated by TEEM. Triad EcoHub! is your one-stop-source, your calendar-of-events, your own clearinghouse for important environmental events in the Triad.

The environmental challenges of our time are indeed immense. Are you concerned about Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations? Coal ash spills? Fracking? Honey bee colony collapse? Global warming? Climate change? Sea level rise? Or one of the many other environmental challenges that we face? The goal of Triad EcoHub! is to connect you with the many different environmental meetings, events, and resources in the Triad that address environmental issues.

Triad EcoHub! is different from other Meetup groups. It does not generally host meetings and events, but instead keeps you informed about meetings and events that are hosted by other organizations. This includes those events hosted by TEEM, its own parent organization.

Triad EcoHub! is powered by TEEM (Temple Emanuel’s Environmental Movement). TEEM has been in existance since 2007. It's primary initiative has been a monthly environmental movie night and speaker series. This popular, ongoing initiative inspires attendees to take action through education, participation in environmental workshops, attendance at city-wide events and by taking part in interfaith environmental efforts including local Earth Day celebrations and sustainability fairs.

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