CCEF Live on the Air

On May 25, 2011, Christin Cifaldi, project manager for CCEF’s solar photovoltaic programs, was a guest on WNPR’s Colin McEnroe radio show. She was joined by Tony Silverio, from Silverio Mechanical in Old Saybrook, and George Keithan, with Consulting Engineering Services in Middletown, during the 60-minute program’s live broadcast.

The show was intended to answer questions about ways Connecticut residents could adapt their homes to increase energy efficiency and incorporate alternative energy sources. Click here to visit WNPR’s website and listen to a recording of the show.

Christin Cifaldi
Project Manager

11 comments to CCEF Live on the Air

  • Kat

    great! a lot of people don’t have time to read a website so this is a great way to answer all the questions people have about home energy efficiency/ renewables!

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  • We have been concerned in real estate for over 20 several years, It can be just astounding how times have altered. Thanks on your perception.

  • I guess that businesses are investing to discover source for alternative energy nowadays, but checking the facts, almost all alternative source is not equivalent compared convensional fuel.

  • Taylor Romaniak

    Is it from the influx of new homes?

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  • Tracey Gyger

    The term “alternative” presupposes a set of undesirable energy technologies against which “alternative energies” are contrasted. As such, the list of energy technologies excluded is an indicator of which problems the alternative technologies are intended to address. Controversies regarding dominant sources of energy and their alternatives have a long history. The nature of what was regarded alternative energy sources has changed considerably over time, and today, because of the variety of energy choices and differing goals of their advocates, defining some energy types as “alternative” is highly controversial.`

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