The District's Biggest Tool to Combat Global Warming!
DC Environmental Community:
The District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DC SEU) is designed to help District households, businesses, and institutions save energy and money through energy efficiency and renewable energy programs. Led by the non‐profit Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC), the DC SEU is a project of the Sustainable Energy Partnership under contract to the District Department of the Environment (DDOE).
This utility is arguably the biggest and best funded entity in the District of Columbia whose programs will result in reductions of carbon emissions.
Join us tomorrow to learn how the DC SEU has already left a mark and be part of the future of this utility by sharing your thoughts and ideas as to what we need to do to make this one of the best programs in the country. RSVP for this Environmental Community Oversight Discussion & Report Here!
All are welcome. Hope to see you tomorrow at noon.
Chris Weiss, Executive Director, DC Evironmental Network
DC Environmental Network
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Office (202) 518-8782 | Cell (202) 421-7319
The DC Environmental Network, founded in 1996, is working toward a vision of rebuilding Washington, DC's neighborhoods and communities for long-term economic stability - accomplishing this by protecting and restoring the Capital City's urban environment.
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