Concerned About the Efficiency of Your Water Heater?
Sustainable Wellesley has teamed up with HomeWorks Energy to help spread the word about no-cost virtual Home Energy Assessments and the importance of energy efficiency in all seasons.
Water heaters decrease in efficiency as they age. Upgrading an old water heater to a more energy-efficient unit can help save money on energy use and lower your carbon footprint.
Schedule a no-cost Home Energy Assessment today to unlock access to professional advice from a Home Energy Specialist about your hot water tank. Ask about the Mass Save® HEAT Loan, a 0% interest rate loan for up to 7 years, that can be used to help finance new heating systems. The sponsors of the Mass Save program also offer generous rebates for qualified water heaters!
Schedule your Home Energy Assessment here, and for every performed Assessment, HomeWorks Energy will support Sustainable Wellesley with a donation. Save money and support us at the same time by signing up today!
Saturday June 19 at 10am, join Wellesley residents, students of all ages and folks from neighboring activist groups such as 350 Mass MetroWest, Extinction Rebellion, Sunrise Movement, Fridays For Future, Mothers Out Front and others to raise awareness that is unhealthy for banks to invest in the fossil fuel industry.
Using the imminent opening of a new Chase Bank branch in town to protest JPMorgan-Chase continuing to invest heavily in fossil fuels, you are invited to stand with the community in the “closed to traffic” area of Central Street to interact with pedestrians and shoppers, asking them to sign pre-addressed “Stop the Money Pipeline” postcards to Jamie Dimon, the CEO of Chase.
At noon all will process to the Post Office and ceremoniously post the cards.
Please add this to your calendar and bring a friend!
Meet up on Saturday June 19 at 10am in the small shady park at the intersection of Crest Road and Central Street (rt. 135).