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Electrify Ashland Now! Meet Up

March 28 @ 10:30 am

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Are you curious about “going 100% electric” in your home? What is it, why do it, and how to plan for it? Or are you already starting to convert your home equipment from “natural” gas (methane) to electric and have some questions? Electrify Ashland Now, a volunteer action team of the Ashland Climate Collaborative (a 501c3 nonprofit) is hosting an informal Meet Up at the community meeting room at Washington Federal Bank (adjacent to Pony Espresso) to provide an opportunity for small-group, informal discusison and information-sharing about all things related to switching from 100% electric household. Your hosts will be Lorrie Kaplan, President of the Ashland Climate Collaborative, and energy efficiency expert Ben Scott. Learn more about Electrify Ashland Now! at

All are welcome– hope to see you there!


March 28
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Ashland Climate Collaborative
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Washington Federal Bank Community Meeting Room
175 Lithia Way Ste 100
Ashland, OR 97520 United States
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