Nov. 3: Join Berkeley Lab researcher for tips on home energy efficiency
Want to make your own home more energy efficient?
Don’t miss Chris Stratton, senior research associate in Building and Urban Systems at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who will give a talk Monday, Nov. 3, 12 to 1 p.m. in Franklin 10325.
The topic is Homes, energy and the next generation: Tips to reduce energy consumption and improve the health of your home’s indoor environment.
Stratton investigates energy and health issues in homes and has done research on the health benefits and energy costs of ventilation and methods to help homeowners overcome barriers to completing home energy upgrades. He holds master’s degrees in architecture and environmental studies from the University of Oregon and a bachelor’s in environmental studies from Oberlin College.
You can also learn about rebates of $1,000 that are available for UCOP staff on home solar systems from Mosaic Solar and discounts of up to $1,000 on the electric Nissan Leaf. (See the UCOP Employee Discounts webpage for more details.)
The event is sponsored by UCOP’s Family Resource Network (FRN). If you are interested in attending, please hold your spot by sending an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.