copyright the Chronicle October 28, 2015
by Elizabeth Trail
WESTMORE — Bob Murphy of Efficiency Vermont opened his presentation to the Barton Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual gathering by asking how many people in the room used electricity or other fuels in the course of operating their businesses.
Every hand in the room went up.
“How many of you have been in touch with us to find out how you can use less energy and save money?” Mr. Murphy asked.
Three or four hands went up.
“That’s not a matching number of hands,” he said.
Mr. Murphy and his co-worker Adam Tower were the featured speakers at the chamber’s annual dinner, which was held on Thursday, October 22, at the WilloughVale Inn. More than 40 members and guests came to enjoy a buffet style dinner, cash bar, speakers, and… To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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