For more information: Call Robbin Adams at (603-536-5030), Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative, Plymouth, NH email@example.com
NHSaves Button Up Workshop Hosted by the City of Keene Energy and Climate Committee
Keene: Button Up New Hampshire, the popular home energy savings workshop series, is coming to
Keene. The City of Keene Energy and Climate Committee, Jack’s Hardware, Monadnock Progressive Alliance and the Monadnock Energy Hub are hosting this free workshop for residents and it will take place on March 26th, 2019 at The Blastos Room at Keene Ice located at 380 Marlboro St. Keene, NH 03431. Doors will open at 6:30pm and the workshop will start at 7:00pm. The workshop is sponsored by NHSaves and coordinated statewide by the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI).
NHSaves is a collaboration of New Hampshire’s electric and natural gas utilities (Eversource, Liberty Utilities, NH Electric Cooperative and Unitil). The utilities are working together to provide NH customers with information, incentives, and support designed to save energy, reduce costs, and protect the NH environment. PAREI of Plymouth, NH is working with local groups around the state to bring these workshops to the public on behalf of New Hampshire’s utilities.
The NHSaves Button Up Workshop is a 1.5 hour presentation about how to improve the energy efficiency of your home. It is conducted by a certified energy auditor and covers basic building science principles as well as examples of whole house weatherization measures that will button up your home for the heating and cooling seasons. It also covers details about the energy efficiency programs offered by NH utilities (for existing homes and new construction) that provide energy audits, weatherization measures such as air sealing and insulating and rebates on new technologies and products such as electric and gas appliances and high efficiency electric heating/cooling equipment.
NH residents wishing to use energy more efficiently, conserve energy and save money on their heating and cooling bills, will find the workshop presentation very helpful. Dr. Ann Shedd, Chair of the Keene Energy and Climate Committee, said “We have brought this workshop to our city to bring this important information to our fellow community members. Learning how to save energy while making our homes more comfortable is a good thing to do. I hope many people will take the time to attend this informative workshop.”
The workshop is free and no registration is necessary. For more information on the Keene NHSaves Button Up Workshop visit NHSaves.com/events or e-mail Mari Brunner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshop organizers also recommend the public sign up with NHSaves Facebook and Twitter pages for up to date information on energy saving tips and programs.