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The Power House Project: rural organizing, energy efficiency, and power-building in Kentucky
*A webinar co-hosted by Kentuckians for the Commonwealth + the Climate Advocacy Lab*

Lower energy bills. Healthier homes. Clean energy. Energy democracy. We know that successful, equity-driven climate advocacy can help us achieve so much for our communities, but often we don’t know how to do it or where to look for good examples in the field. Join us to hear from KFTC’s innovative organizing program, which leverages energy efficiency workshops to build a movement of rural electric co-op member-owners, make energy efficiency accessible and feasible for low-income folks, and shift the narrative about energy efficiency and solar energy in eastern Kentucky communities. 

KFTC organizers and partners will share:
– their iterative, experimental and data-informed process;
– key insights learned to make the workshop series an organizing strategy; and
– new resources available for advocates hoping to employ similar tactics in your communities.

If you want to learn from a creative, community-based organization that’s going beyond “the choir” to bring energy democracy and just transition to Kentucky – this webinar is for you!

• • • This webinar is the first in an ongoing series that will highlight recipients of support from the Climate Advocacy Lab to document and lift up insights and lessons learned by organizations working for climate justice – and winning. You can find insights from KFTC, and many other organizations, who are taking creative and courageous steps forward to bring a just, equitable, and ecologically vibrant future into the present – look in the Lab’s Resource Library by clicking on the “Equity and Justice” button: https://www.climateadvocacylab.org/resources

May 14, 2019 4:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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