Tennessee Tech University’s Student Environmental Action Coalition will help you learn how by presenting the “Kilowatt Ours” documentary on Monday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. in Derryberry Hall Auditorium.
The film clues viewers in on how practical energy-saving techniques can be utilized in the best interests of both the environment and the consumer’s pockets.
“I hope this film sparks an energy conservation movement across the southeast United States, while boosting demand for clean renewable power in our region,” said filmmaker Jeff Barrie.
“Kilowatt Ours” concentrates on various environmental hazards, including mountaintop removal, air pollution, global warming and childhood asthma.
In the film, Barrie makes an 18-month journey across the southeast United States to document both the energy problems and solutions.
The presentation is free and open to the general public.