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Help friends and neighbors save energy and $, and transition to renewable energy.

Energy Navigator Volunteers

Energy Navigator Volunteers are concerned and capable residents of the North Country who help their friends, neighbors, and other community members learn about ways they can reduce their energy use and energy bills, and enjoy safer and more comfortable homes. They also try to lead by example!

Energy Navigators commit to a year-long program that includes a nine-session training where you learn about energy audits, energy bills and use, energy efficiency, renewable energy and heating options, as well as incentives, programs, and resources that are available to help support saving money and energy at home.

Volunteers are expected to give at least 60 hours of there time over the course of the year to related outreach activities, and help connect residents in their county with energy-related actions (see the Energy Navigator Job Description for more information about program expectations).

Interested in becoming an Energy Navigator? ---> Register HERE.

Training Schedule for Fall 2023, Winter 2024, and Spring 2024

Fall - Monday's and Wednesday's, 5 pm to 7 pm.

November 13th through December 13th (no training on November 22nd).

Winter - Tuesday's and Thursday's, 6 pm to 8 pm on-line only (except for March 12th in person).

February 13th through March 12th.

Spring - Tuesday's and Thursday's, 1 pm to 3 pm.

April 30th through May 29th.


Nick Hamilton-Honey
Natural Resources & Energy Educator
315-379-9192 ext 230

Last updated September 1, 2023