Community Energy Depot

End Climate Week by starting your own climate action project!
The Community Energy Depot is a free 2 part workshop that will give you the skills, tools and support to build your own climate and energy project from the ground up. Facilitators include folks from the Calgary Tool Library, Open Streets Calgary, Energy Efficiency Alberta, Tuxedo Park Community Association, the Federation of Calgary Communities, and the Climate Leadership Program. They will all be sharing their experiences in creating their own projects and helping you with your own development.
Saturday, September 28, will be spent on learning about creating ideas, design thinking, concept testing and how to pitch a project. You’ll also hear several case studies based on successful projects. Tuesday, October 1, will include a tour of the Bridgeland Tool Library, project management tools and an introduction to our online webinar tools. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or other device to the workshop, but can fully participate without one if they wish.
Energy Depot is an opportunity for Calgarians (and area) to work on an idea or project that they would like to implement in their community.
These projects can vary from energy efficiency, climate action and projects that ultimatelyΒ makeΒ our communities more sustainable.
The purpose of the Energy Depot will provide tools, resources and support for participants to turn their idea into action. The Depot is an opportunity to work together with others in a two-day session that will provide the energy to make a sustainable future.

Please visit www.energy-depot.org to enroll.

WHEN
September 28, 2019 at 9am - 4pm
WHERE
University of Alberta Calgary Centre
333 5 Ave SW
Use 3rd St Entrance
Calgary, AB T2P 3P6
Canada
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Mike Byerley · · 4038374846

Will you come?