May 17: Low-Income Energy Network 2017 annual conference

Posted
May 8, 2017

From the LIEN website announcement: Register now for the 2017 LIEN annual conference, "Shedding Light on Ontario's Energy Sector", which will be held in Kingston this year! The event will be hosted by The Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul.

What:
An energy literacy conference that will provide you with the foundational information necessary to build knowledge, insight and understanding of essential energy issues that affect your everyday life.

Why:
To empower low-income communities by giving them the tools to engage more effectively with policymakers on energy issues that affect them.

Come to the LIEN annual conference to find out:

  • Why electricity prices are rising and Ontario's Fair Hydro Plan
  • How to understand your electricity bill
  • Where to obtain information on free energy conservation and efficiency programs to help you lower your electricity and gas bills
  • How to apply for financial assistance to help you pay for your electricity and gas bills

There is no registration fee for this conference and lunch will be provided, but we ask that you register as soon as possible so that we can order the right amount of food. Space is limited. 

Bus tickets to and from the Confederation Place Hotel will be generously provided by the Kingston Community Health Centres.

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Event Information:

When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Where: Confederation Place Hotel, 237 Ontario Street, Kingston