Two New Members in Business for Clean Energy

Democrasoft and Sharon Hawthorne of Ask Realty are the most recent businesses to join the Campaign’s Business for Clean Energy Program. ASK stands for Access, Service and Knowledge and refers to the process of inquiry and investigation essential to a successful real estate transactions ASK specializes in Sonoma County real estate.

Democrasoft creates successful web-based communities where groups of all types can come together to capture great ideas, collect votes, streamline group decision-making and create quantifiable outcomes that get results. Democrasoft believes that creating a space for communities online, rather than a physical one, allows for numerous environmental benefits such as reducing fossil fuel emissions by eliminating the need for face to face meetings and saving forests through reducing our dependency on paper products. For more on Democrasoft >

For information on the Business for Clean Energy Program contact Barry Vesser 525-1665 x113 or bvesser@climateprotection.org.