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  • How to Create an Energy Efficient Home: A Talk by Lily McVetty (Zoom, with Community Room seating)

    Some people would like to be as energy efficient as possible. Others simply wish their home was a little warmer or less drafty in the winter. Most would like to save money by cutting their electricity, heating, and fuel bills, but many don’t know where to start or are prevented by the expense of weatherization and other efficiency upgrades.

    Efficiency Maine, a public benefits fund for energy efficiency programs, is here to help! Efficiency Maine provides rebates designed to save you money on weatherization, efficiency heating, and the purchase of electric vehicles. This talk will cover the rebates and financing programs offered, with a focus on how heat pumps and heat pump water heaters can set the stage for a warmer and more fuel efficient household. Audience questions, both general and situation specific, are encouraged. If you want to upgrade to a more fuel-efficient household, this program will help you will become aware of, and able to access, the benefits available to you through your Efficiency Maine program.

    This talk is co-sponsored the Rockland Energy and Sustainability Committee and presented by Lily McVetty, a representative of Efficiency Maine who grew up in Rockland.

    FMI or for Zoom links, email elewis@rocklandmaine.gov.

    Date

    Jul 28 2022

    Time

    6:30 pm

    Location

    Rockland Public Library - Community Room
    80 Union St, Rockland, ME 04841, USA

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