Energy Efficiency Seminar Offered by GreyStone
GreyStone Power Corporation will host Energy Efficiency 101 (EE101), a seminar that teaches simple steps to save energy and lower power bills, on April 9.
GreyStone Power Corporation will host Energy Efficiency 101 (EE101), a seminar that teaches simple steps to save energy and lower power bills, on April 9. The class will be held at the cooperative’s main office in Douglasville, located at 4040 Bankhead Highway, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. that evening. The event is free and open to members who receive GreyStone Power.
EE101 is led by GreyStone’s Residential Energy Services Department Manager and renowned energy expert Rudy Echols. The seminar guides members on how to perform their own home energy audits, giving them the tools they need to take energy saving steps before summer bills start.
Past program participants have praised the event’s benefits. Member Tantalous Smith said, “The seminar was very informative, professionally run and totally member-oriented. The take-home material was priceless. In essence, the seminar was worth the invested time.”
Interested members can RSVP online for the event through GreyStone’s website, www.greystonepower.com. Another EE101 seminar is scheduled for Nov. 12.
For those looking to finance energy efficient improvements in their existing homes, GreyStone and GEMC Federal Credit Union are offering a loan program with as little as 2.9 percent APR (Annual Percentage Rate). To learn more about the HomePlus Loan, contact GEMC Federal Credit Union at 770-949-3557.
GreyStone Power serves more than 104,500 members in portions of eight counties, including Paulding, Douglas, Fulton, Cobb, Carroll, Bartow, Fayette and Coweta counties. Learn more at www.greystonepower.com.