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EOC Welcomes New Energy Behavior Change Program Manager

31 Aug. 2017

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EOC Welcomes New Energy Behavior Change Program Manager

The Energy Behavior Change program at Energy Outreach Colorado has new energy with the recent appointment of program manager Meg Griffin. Meg has a professional background in nonprofit program management, state grants management and architecture. She also served with AmeriCorps. She grew up in Colorado and earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder and a master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado Denver.

EOC’s Behavior Change program focuses on lowering energy costs through education and energy management. EOC works with the staff and tenants at facilities that benefit from our energy efficiency grants for affordable housing and nonprofit facilities, to help enhance and sustain energy savings. We also work with recipients of our energy bill payment assistance so they can better manage their ongoing home energy needs.

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