The $CORE program is coming to the University of Oregon campus in Fall 2012! This program was championed by business school student James Walton whose grant proposal was funded by EWEB. Supported by the Office Sustainability, the program provides a free peer-to-peer energy auditing service to UO students living in off-campus housing. Student energy educators will help off-campus households save money on their energy bills by providing them with the materials and information they need. If you are a student living in Eugene, sign up for an energy assessment today!
Two trained UO student energy auditors will perform the hour long energy assessment scheduled at your convenience. During this hour the team will install energy saving devices such as energy efficient CFL light bulbs, weather-stripping, sink aerators, pipe insulation and low-flow showerheads--all installed free of charge. While one technician is busy with the installs, the other will discuss specific ways that you and your roommates can save money on your energy bills.
In addition, if more than half the roommates are present, the household will receive a TrackTown pizza on us!
To participate in the $core program, click here