EcoAction Arlington – Energy Masters

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Energy Masters

Email: energy@ecoactionarlington.org

Phone: 703-228-6406

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About Us
Energy Masters is an award-winning volunteer program that conserves energy and water, helps our community’s neediest families reduce their utility expenses, provides conservation education to encourage behavior change, and benefits our planet by reducing carbon emissions.

Each year, the program recruits a class of volunteers including adults and students at least 16 years old and provides training on topics such as building science and how to speak to tenants. The training occurs from October through November. Afterwards, volunteers will then deploy their skills by educating the community through public events and performing hands-on work at affordable housing units in Northern Virginia.The program is co-managed by the non-profit EcoAction Arlington and the Virginia Cooperative Extension

Register to listen to a free talk before the Arlington Home Show and Garden starts.
Are you curious if running a fan instead of your air conditioning can save you money? Learn ways to keep your space cool without ballooning your energy bills. Register by 5/21 at https://tinyurl.com/coolhomeEnglish

Other Resources

• See Energy Masters’ event calendar: https://arlington.ext.vt.edu/programs/energy-masters-volunteers.html

Tips:

• 5 tips to keep your home warm in the winter:

https://tinyurl.com/vtbwuexp 

• How much does it cost you each month to run certain household appliances? Check out this information sheet to learn more:

https://tinyurl.com/42k9f9vc 

Videos
• What are some common indoor air irritants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud3BsNl5-eo

Find out more about how to volunteer by checking here: https://www.ecoactionarlington.org/community-programs/energy-masters/

About our administrators:
• The Virginia Cooperative Extension (https://arlington.ext.vt.edu/index.html) provides a variety of financial, nutrition, gardening, and educational programs to the Commonwealth. In addition to Energy Masters, VCE manages the 4-H summer camps, the Master Gardeners, Master Naturalists, Financial Education, and Master Nutrition programs.

• EcoAction Arlington (https://www.ecoactionarlington.org/) is a nonprofit devoted to educating the community about environmental conservation and connecting people in the community who are interested in building a sustainable lifestyle. Check out EcoAction Arlington’s events and volunteer opportunities here: https://www.ecoactionarlington.org/get-involved/events/

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