Date: April 13, 2021

Time: 12:00pm MT

Location: Zoom


Join us to discuss Colorado’s transition to pollution-free energy and what the means for buildings, homes, and jobs.

As Colorado works to ensure a more sustainable and equitable future, it is essential we reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from residential and commercial buildings. In addition to achieving climate benefits, a move toward heating and powering our buildings by 100% renewable electric power can lower costs, improve indoor air quality, and develop new jobs during the transition away from methane gas and other fossil fuels. In this business-focused webinar, business leaders and experts will share how this transition benefits communities, workplaces and employment.

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