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EcoCiv Podcast #21 – Devon Hartman: Locally Grown Power

Philip Clayton speaks with Devon Hartman, who focuses full-time on fighting global warming in the building sector – the largest contributor to greenhouse gas proliferation. Now retired from his 35 year role as President and CEO of HartmanBaldwin Design/Build Inc., a full service Architecture and Construction company, he has created CHERP – the Community Home Energy Retrofit Project, a non-profit, social enterprise that assists counties and cities in creating a roadmap to city-wide, net-zero energy use. CHERP educates city councils, community organizations, homeowners, contractors, manufacturers, and realtors in the power and benefits of energy efficiency and creates replicable, scalable initiatives that promote massive reduction of greenhouse gasses, local economic growth, job creation, and environmental justice. 

Currently, in a strategic partnership between the California cities of Pomona and Claremont, Devon is launching CHERP’s capstone project called Locally Grown Power—t

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