Getting ready for HPC18? Plan to stop by the Faces of EE photo booth on April 24 to receive a FREE portrait by a top rated photographer. By participating, you will also be entered in a drawing to win a 2019 national conference registration.

You can get a headshot for yourself and at the same time help advance the home performance industry and gain visibility for your company. By getting a headshot you will join nearly 1000 pros already in Faces of EE, and show the real people and real jobs thriving in the U.S.

Smarter policy and better business is what energy efficiency advocacy is all about!

  • Use your photo however you wish.
  • Show off your company AND the positive impact of our industry.
  • With your permission, E4TheFuture may use your photo to educate for stronger EE policy overall, such as via @FacesofEE on Twitter and #FacesofEE on Facebook. 

“Faces of EE” builds upon Energy Efficiency Jobs in America* which details EE jobs at a granular level. Your portrait and information can impact our industry for the better. Many decision makers are unaware of the potential this industry provides. Educating them may improve upcoming policy decisions in your own city, state, and/or district.

Help us spread the word about this excellent event! We hope you seize this opportunity to receive an up to date photo of yourself and tell the story of why EE is important.

Questions? Contact info@e4thefuture.org.

*An updated version of the report is due out in summer 2018.

~Written by Carol Harley, Communications Director, E4TheFuture

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