Pacific Power and Energy Trust of Oregon are sponsoring a free workshop to help customers save energy.

The workshop in Enterprise will run from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Wallowa Mountain Properties Conference Room, 309 S River St, Enterprise.

Participants will learn what the biggest energy users are in a home, how to determine if they need to install insulation or change heating habits, and how to reduce energy usage through an energy-saving action plan.

Participants also learn how to increase comfort and improve indoor air quality and discover what diagnostic testing can do for one's home. The workshop will help homeowners decide whether a project is do-it-yourself or if it requires professional services.

After attending, participants will better understand how to:

? Identify household energy use and how it changes over time

? Take a whole-home approach to energy efficiency

? Recognize the most cost-effective energy improvements for the home

? Save energy and improve their home's comfort, health and safety

? Insulate from rising energy costs

? Reduce their carbon footprint

? Save money with Energy Trust of Oregon cash-back incentives

Registration for the class is required. Visit (www.regonline.com/HEIQ-Enterprise to register) in advance.

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