For those that missed last week's SAVE MONEY ON HOME HEATING AND COOLING webinar, you can watch it here. Please feel free to look through the slide decks here, and the Q&A here, to learn how billions of government incentive dollars and free technical advice can help you make money-saving home energy improvements.
Since the beginning of this year, rebates and tax credits are now available for home energy upgrades such as weatherization, heat pumps, and induction stoves under the federal Inflation Reduction Act. Review this webinar and all the offerings to learn about how to:
Wellesley residents should contact Abode Energy Management consultants to get assistance with every step of the heat pump planning, installation, and operation process, at no cost. Click here to learn more about Abode and other heat pump resources for Wellesley residents.
Incentives allow homeowners to save on equipment and annual home heating and cooling costs while reducing their carbon footprint. Have questions? Call 781-235-7600 or email email@example.com.
IS THIS TOTALLY YOUR JAM?
Good News, The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant, the Climate Action Committee and Sustainable Wellesley are joining together to develop an exciting new Energy Coach program. In this program, the Wellesley MLP will train volunteers (at no cost to volunteers) on energy saving technology and incentives. These volunteers will then be available to Town residents for peer-to-peer energy coaching. If you already have experience in any of the subjects of home energy efficiency, solar installations, heat pumps, battery storage, electric vehicles, tax incentives, or other measures that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, or if you are simply very passionate about climate change and want to do more, then reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.