by Administrator January 17, 2019 energy savings National Grid no cost energy audit save money Sustainable Energy Commitee Tolles Parsons Center Wellesley Municipal Light plant winter heating
Home Energy Savings Seminar
February 6th at the Tolles Parsons Center
– Worried about Winter heating costs?
– Want to cut your utility bills?
Learn ways to reduce your energy usage and make your home more comfortable and efficient. The seminar will review available programs that help you reduce energy usage.
The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant and National Grid offer no-cost energy audits, free light bulbs and significant rebates and assistance on insulation, heating equipment and appliances. The seminar will familiarize you with the home audit process.
Please bring your oil, gas and electric bills with you.
Volunteers will help you calculate your benchmark energy rating and assist with the audit process.
The seminar will be held Wednesday February 6 th at 1 PM at the Tolles-Parsons Center, 500 Washington St. Wellesley.
Sign-up with the COA 781-235-3961. Walk-ins are welcome.
This program is sponsored by the Wellesley Sustainable Energy Committee.
by Phyllis Theermann December 10, 2018 architect builder building building code climate change mitigation comfort energy efficiency Homes Massachusetts Climate Action Network (MCAN) Massachusetts Sierra Club Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership (NEEP) safer save money Schools
Learn what YOU can do to make buildings more efficient, comfortable and safer for everyone at the Sierra Club and Massachusetts Climate Action Network (MCAN) FREE better building codes webinar TOMORROW – December 11th- from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Buildings are responsible for over half of all energy consumption in Massachusetts and 46% of carbon pollution. To mitigate the worst impacts of climate change, it is vital that we significantly lower carbon emissions from our buildings sector over the next decade.
The good news? In 2019, we have a huge opportunity! Eligible code officials across the U.S. will vote on the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), the code for new buildings built in the U.S. and beyond. This code is the standard that can mandate that new buildings be built with significantly higher energy efficiency than those we live and work in today.
With your help, the next code would maximize building efficiency and safety, ensuring that every new building we build is better for the planet and our wallets. More comfortable buildings are more equitable for residents everywhere, regardless of income. Join them on December 11 and learn what you can do to help change building codes for the better.
This program is a collaborative effort of the Massachusetts Sierra Club, Massachusetts Climate Action Network (MCAN), Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership (NEEP).
by Administrator November 11, 2018 Energy Audit homeowners reduce energy save money utility bills