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Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH SILVER SPRING LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH ASPEN HILL LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH DAVIS LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH MAGGIE NIGHTINGALE LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH TWINBROOK LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH QUINCE ORCHARD LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH POTOMAC LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH CONNIE MORELLA LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH DAMASCUS LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH GERMANTOWN LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH CHEVY CHASE LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH GAITHERSBURG LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH MARILYN PRAISNER LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH WHEATON LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH KENSINGTON PARK LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH LITTLE FALLS LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH NOYES LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

P.O.W.E.R. Students are Teaching Energy Express Virtually this Summer!

In 2017, the Peer Outreach With Energy Resources (P.O.W.E.R.) internship was co-founded by Ms. Larissa Johnson, the Residential Energy Program Manager of the MoCo DEP, and Ms. Diane Lill of the Audubon Naturalist Society. Each year, these enthusiastic environmentalists teach MoCo high schoolers about energy, where it is sourced, and its everyday applications, as well

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH OLNEY LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with Energy

Energy Express: Imagine Your Story

VIRTUAL PROGRAM WITH ROCKVILLE MEMORIAL LIBRARY This year’s theme is “Imagine Your Story” and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Residential Energy Program has so many stories about ENERGY that we want to share with kids (and their families) throughout the County. This year, we have special treat because students from the P.O.W.E.R. (Peer Outreach with

A High School Student Compelled to Take Action on Climate

Through the P.O.W.E.R. Program (Peer Outreach with Energy Resources), a partnership of Audubon Naturalist Society and the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, Montgomery County students help residents learn about conservation, efficiency, and renewable opportunities available to them. One student, Samia Abdallah, age seventeen, wrote the following essay about her experience. This was first featured