As the night wound down after the inaugural switch~ event on 3.6.12, the team got into a quick huddle. When we gathered, all of us expressed an awe and an appreciation for the size and scope of the event. We couldn’t believe the thirst and resulting enthusiasm for it. Thanks to the presenters, the Jim Bradford band, the Absinthe House, the sponsors, AESP, and everyone who came out to celebrate energy. Last night exceeded all expectations.
We will be in touch again soon with what is in store for future events. Please take a moment to offer us some feedback about what worked and what didn’t work so that we can make the next event that much better. Please send us an email @ email@example.com.
In the meantime, enjoy the energy, community, and ideas from switch~!
With many thanks & in energy,
The Switch~ Team
Kate, James, Alana, Chuck, Robin, & Vanessa
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Think Mercury CFLs is a Problem?
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The Tale of Two Cities: Boulder and Boulder
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Positioning Sustainability for Mainstream America
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Assessing the Value of Renewable Energy Using Utility Rates
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The Process of Founding a Clean Tech Company (and why it’s an idea that one should consider very, very carefully).
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Increasing Energy Efficiency in Colorado
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