East Bay Electrification Expo: Fight Climate Change with a Clean Energy Home/Apt!
Hosted by the Ecology Center, StopWaste and City of Berkeley, with the generous support of BayREN.
Why? Our homes and buildings are the second largest source of greenhouse gas emissions. But thanks to local Community Choice Energy providers, electricity in the Bay Area is clean, and is getting cleaner and greener every year. We can vastly reduce our carbon footprint by getting off natural gas in our homes and electrifying everything. Not only does electrification reduce greenhouse gases, it also makes our homes healthier and safer.
When? Thursday, February 7, 2019, 3pm-8pm
Where? Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA 94703
Who? Renters, Homeowners & Building Professionals
- Watch induction cooktop demos
- Talk with local residents who are electrifying homes and apartments
- Meet local contractors installing all-electric appliances
- See super-efficient heat pump water heaters & space heating/cooling systems
- Learn more at workshops with international electrification expert Sean Armstrong. Limited seating – advance registration required.
- 3:30-5:00pm – Building Professional Workshop (Plumbers, Electricians, Contractors, Architects, HVAC Installers)
- 6:00-7:30pm – Renter & Homeowner Workshop
The Expo is free and open to the public. Ed Roberts Campus is easily accessible to the Ashby BART station. Please bring a reusable beverage container and help us make this a zero-waste event.
Thanks to our Supporters: 350 Bay Area, Albany Climate Action Coalition, Berkeley Climate Action Coalition Electrification Working Group; Build It Green; Building Decarbonization Coalition; Building Electrification Initiative; Cities of Albany, El Cerrito, Emeryville, Oakland, Oakley, Richmond, San Leandro, San Pablo & Walnut Creek; Citizens Climate Lobby; Community Choice Energy providers EBCE & MCE; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; League of Women Voters Berkeley Albany Emeryville; Local Clean Energy Alliance; NRDC; Oakland|Berkeley Association of Realtors Climate Action Committee; Passive House California; Sierra Club; Sunflower Alliance; and UC Berkeley Sustainability.