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Regional sustainability expert Anna Clark will teach you how to reduce your carbon footprint and create more eco-friendly choices in your home at the Home Energy Savings class.

Keep Coppell Beautiful is offering Home Energy Savings class on Saturday, May 18 from 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Fire Station 3 Training room, 133 Parkway Blvd, Coppell, TX. 

Are energy bills weighing you down? Home Energy Savings will teach you how to make more environmentally sustainable and socially responsible choices in your home. 

Home Energy Savings will open with a review of reasons to save by Jinen Adenwala, President of CVAL Innovations, Inc. Anna Clark, author of Green, American Style, will share why she built her “green” home to LEED Platinum standards. The builder of her home, Alan Hoffman, founder of Alan Hoffman Company, a sustainable builder of residential and commercial properties, will describe the technical aspects of Anna’s home. The class will finish with the presenters sharing ways attendees can transform their homes to be more sustainable and energy efficient.

Anna Clark is the President of Earth People, a sustainability and communications firm dedicated to changing the world by empowering people, and a featured columnist for, The Guardian, The Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, Huffington Post, and The Dallas Morning News. Alan Hoffman, founder of Alan Hoffman Company, builds innovative green homes with timeless elegance. Alan Hoffman Company has been voted "Best of D Magazine" for the past 5 years straight. Jinen Adenwala and CVAL Innovations, Inc. focus on energy conservation and are committed to reducing carbon footprint for industrial, commercial, and governmental customers. 

Come to Home Energy Savings to learn how to reduce your carbon footprint and create more eco-friendly lifestyle choices in your home.

The class is free of charge and registration is not required. 

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Information provided by the City of Coppell

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