Carol Harley posted a blog post
The best way to get policymakers to listen is with real people and real businesses. We're bringing stories of #covid19 impacts to Capitol Hill. Add your voice! #energyefficiency #cleanenergy www.bitly.com/TellYourStruggle
Mar 31
Carol Harley and Building Efficiency Resources are now friends
Mar 24
Carol Harley liked Building Performance Journal's blog post Our First Issue is Complete!
Mar 24
Carol Harley left a comment on Building Performance Community on Twitter
"Thank you! (Can you also change the link above? "How does it work?")"
Mar 9
Carol Harley left a comment on Building Performance Community on Twitter
"@E4TheFuture and @FacesofEE"
Mar 9
Carol Harley replied to Rob's discussion ROCIS Range Hood Guidance Document updated in Kitchen Ventilation
"Rob have you thought about sharing it on social media channels? We have Twitter followers who are interested in technical documents, would be happy to promote it there."
Mar 9
Carol Harley and Diane Chojnowski are now friends
Mar 5
Carol Harley updated their profile photo
Mar 5
Carol Harley updated their profile photo
Mar 5
Carol Harley updated their profile photo
Mar 5
Carol Harley updated their profile photo
Mar 5
Carol Harley posted a blog post
 
Did you know that >236,000 U.S. veterans are now employed in energy efficiency? Veterans share insights about their fulfilling energy careers in Pat Stanton's blog here. If you are a veteran -- or know any veterans working in EE -- please write to…
Feb 21
Carol Harley left a comment for Diane Chojnowski
"Great idea Diane, thank you! Glad to be participating in this community."
Feb 21
Carol Harley posted a discussion in News & Announcements
Sign-on to support continuation of key programs that cut energy waste in all corners of the USA: bit.ly/DefendEEPhoto credit: Karin Haerter
Feb 18
Carol Harley replied to Diane Chojnowski's discussion States with the Most Energy-Efficient Construction Jobs in 2019
"Gas field and oilfield workers are not counted in the EE Jobs in America report, which provides very conservative estimates of the number of energy efficiency jobs. For the methodology used, see the full report. This link gives you both the summary…"
Feb 17