CCE Steuben Speaker Series Continues
Ask Me Why I’m Pumped!
Dive into how heat pumps are an attractive alternative for your heating AND cooling needs and say goodbye to your old clunky heating system. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County will show you the in’s and out’s of heat pumps in their continuing Speaker Series on Wednesday, April 7 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The free presentation will be held via Zoom online and is also accessible with a phone call in option.
If you are saying…
· My current heating system needs repairs or is dying
· My heating costs are expensive with oil, propane, kerosene, or electric-resistance heating
· My home uses plug-in electric heaters or my oven to keep me warm
· My excitement to lower my carbon footprint is high
· My family or staff members and customers have health needs that this would help
…then get pumped with us and find out what you can do today!
Our speaker will be Erica Herman, Campaign Director of HeatSmart FLX South under Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County, has been working with residents and energy efficiency since 2018. Prior, she monitored invasive plants in Cayuga Lake, and provided outdoor/environmental education for middle-schoolers with non-profit, Nature’s Classroom, in Connecticut. Not only is she excited to engage various age groups, but she enjoys energizing them too.
To register and get your link for the Zoom presentation, please visit http://bit.ly/askmewhyiampumped. For more information, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County at 607-664-2300.