FOR ALL MY FRIENDS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA:
I will be teaching a class at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, in October called: SAVE ENERGY, SAVE MONEY! The details and link to register is below.
NOTE: Under this Rollins program you must be 50+ of age to register.
Chances are you aren’t a stock holder in Duke Energy. I’m not either. So, why are we paying high power bills as if we were stockholders, doing little to conserve energy and put money back in your pocket? This class will cover numerous ways to take back control of your power bill. And . . . who isn’t interested in ways to save money? Please register. You won’t regret it.
- CLASS: SAVE ENERGY, SAVE MONEY!
INSTRUCTOR: D. Brent Sauser, AIA, LEED AP
DESCRIPTION: This class will answer the questions:
Does “going green” really matter?
What does sustainability mean?
How did we get to where we are today?
What is and isn’t working around the world?
How does conserving energy save money?
What are some affordable ways to conserve energy?
We will review how renewable technologies are contributing to help satisfy the increasing power demands without depleting our non-renewable resources. We will discuss how each of us can benefit by going green. We will discover energy saving products, materials, and systems that will reduce energy consumption, and lower our monthly energy bill. The student will leave with a greater awareness regarding sustainability and how to save money by saving energy. Students are encouraged to check out the website: www.NetZeroMax.com for low cost energy saving suggestions and current renewable energy information.
DATES AND TIME: Thursdays, October 1, 8, 15, & 22 from noon to 1:30pm
LOCATION: Bush 212 on Rollins College main campus
WHO: Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning STARS (RCLL STARS)
WHAT: Seniors ages 50+ taking non-credit courses. No tests or finals!
COST: $65 a course.
This link takes you to where can register for Save Energy, Save Money! http://www.rollins.edu/evening/rollins-center-lifelong-learning/senior-courses.html
- WEBSITE: www.rollins.edu/rcll