Join the BE-Ex's Daylight Hour Social Media Campaign!

  • 16 Jun 2017
Join the BE-Ex's Daylight Hour Social Media Campaign!
Event Description

Check out Daylight Hour, a social media campaign run by the Building Energy Exchange to raise awareness about utilizing natural light in day-lit offices. This is an annual hour-long campaign happening on June 16th from noon to 1 pm in which offices around the world turn off all of their lights and use natural daylight, right before the summer solstice begins.

Register by March 15th to be included in their early announcements and the chance to be recognized in the BE-Ex newsletter. Join past participants like CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield and FirstService Residential.

Showcase your involvement now on social media using #daylighthour! All posts using this hashtag will be featured in the BE-Ex gallery. Below are a few resources you can use to craft your first of many #daylighthour posts:
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- Practices.pdf
- Hour+2017.jpg

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