CREATING A MORE ENERGY-EFFICIENT HOME:
PERSONAL STORIES from Weston, Wayland and Lincoln residents
November 16, 7:00 p.m. via Zoom
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, more than half of a home’s energy
bill is spent on heating and cooling. A well-insulated home is a surefire way to
help keep your power bill manageable in both winter and summer (if you have
air conditioning). Once a home is insulated, the benefits of other energy-saving
investments, like new heating and cooling systems, grow. And an energy efficient home is not only better for your pocketbook, it’s better for the
Three local residents will tell us about their own efforts to drive down fossil fuel
consumption and decarbonize their homes and properties. In each case they
took a systems approach by making several improvements to their houses such
that both their overall CO2 production and energy costs went down.
Register here to hear personal stories from:
Bill Churchill, Lincoln
Sarah Maas Scheuplein, Weston
Roger Wiegand, Wayland
This event is brought to us by MetroWest Climate Solutions. This is a growing partnership between First Parish in Wayland, First Parish Church in Weston, First Parish in Lincoln, the Congregational Church of Weston, Sustainable Weston Action Group, and other communities and individuals. Their mission is to share strategies for moving towards a low- and no-carbon-based society and economy and to suggest activities that enable individuals to help bring about solutions. For more information, visit: www.metrowestclimatesolutions.org.
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