Home Energy Pros is a great place for professionals in the home energy field to gather online. We need more communities where people committed to green homes can meet and network. This is why Green Making is building a new website that will facilitate community at the local level. We are expecting to have our site in beta testing early next year (2011). Isn’t that just around the corner?


The new site will allow anyone in the U.S. to find events and resources in their neighborhood. It will also help them find online communities, such as Home Energy Pros, where they can interact with people that share their interests. Green Making is currently sponsoring online groups on Facebook and LinkedIn, as well as a YouTube channel and Meetup groups for the San Francisco Bay Area. As the online community expands, we plan to include more community resources for sustainable building, energy efficiency, improved environmental quality, eco-friendly landscaping and other elements of green homes.


We believe that the twentieth century was the century of expansion, but that the twenty-first century will be the century of sustainability. Building strong community around green concepts is the seed from which that better world will grow.



Rich Wingerter

Green Making


You can learn more about our sponsored groups and other resources at our current website, www.essentialquality.com.


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