Tomorrow Night: Save Big on Home Heating and Cooling Thanks to New Federal & Local Home Energy Efficiency Incentives
Attend a webinar on TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 18, from 7-8 p.m. and learn how billions of government incentive dollars and free technical advice can help you make money-saving home energy improvements. Register here for this FREE Zoom event.
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Hoping for experienced guides to help you navigate home energy efficiency finances and technology? Wellesley has you covered. Webinar attendees on January 18th will hear from experts at Green Energy Consumers Alliance, Abode Energy Management (Abode), and the WMLP, as well as from homeowners who implemented energy-saving measures. Abode consultants are available to help Welleley residents through every step of heat pump planning, installation, and operation at no cost. Click here to learn more about Abode and other heat pump resources for Wellesley homeowners.
“With these cost savings, it made economic sense for us to swap out our aging central air conditioner for an air-source heat pump,” said Jane Amara, a Wellesley homeowner. “The no-cost coaching offered by the Town’s consultant, Abode Energy Management, in combination with the incentives, made the transition easy. We are excited that we are going to be saving money while using a cleaner source of heating and cooling, both for our family and the environment,” Amara said.
Incentives allow homeowners to save on equipment and annual home heating and cooling costs. Both greater efficiency and increased reliance on electricity help address climate change by lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Greater efficiency translates to less energy demand. Replacing oil and gas-powered heating systems with electric heat pumps means greater reliance on an electricity grid increasingly powered by non-emitting energy sources such as wind, solar and hydropower. Currently, 59% percent of electricity purchased by the WMLP is non-emitting.
Register here for this one-hour Zoom webinar to learn how you can save money and lower your carbon footprint. Have questions? Call 781-235-7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This free webinar is hosted by the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant, Climate Action Committee, and Sustainable Wellesley. The United States, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Town of Wellesley have established goals to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050. Buildings create 61% of the greenhouse gas emissions in Wellesley, with more than half of these emissions coming from residences. Learn how you can help Wellesley reach its GHG emissions reduction goal and save money, while lowering your heating and cooling costs.