EPA Energy Efficiency Boot Camp
 for Houses of Worship

Are you ready to take the next steps to increase your House of Worship’s energy efficiency, to reduce both financial and environmental costs and to draw on the resources and support of EPA? How about to set an example for others in your community of what can be achieved?

Then the free, intensive 6-month “Energy Efficiency Boot Camp” may be for you. In this pilot program, led by the U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR for Congregations and actively supported by Lutherans Restoring Creation along with Interfaith Power & Light affiliates in Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin, you will have the opportunity to learn more and participate in an interactive collaborative environment with peers—all striving to save energy and costs.

This is a no cost program open to any congregation or denominational office.  The program is expected to start in early April 2016 (when at least 20 congregations confirm that they want to participate). You can download a Q&A document with the registration link or you can register directly. If you have questions, you can email Thayer Tomlinson, Boot Camp program manager, at Thayer@energyandsecurity.com or Warren Gaskill at wgaskill@rapid-improvement.com