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Electrify Ashland Now! meetup

June 13 @ 10:30 am


You know the shift is on from gas-powered to electric cars. Have you also heard about the equally important shift to 100% electric homes?

Come join us for an informal discussion about going 100% electric for your home energy needs — heating/cooling, water heating, and cooking. Electrify Ashland Now! (EAN) is a group Ashland volunteers who have come together to provide resources, tips, and info to help you plan your journey to all-electric for improved health, comfort, lower utility costs, and dramatically reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

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June 13
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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