Button Up NH - Salem NH Workshop
Button Up, New Hampshire! That’s the message the New Hampshire utilities’ are spreading to homeowners through a series of energy saving workshops taking place around the state. The next Button UP NH Workshop is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 25th from 6:30-8:00pm, at the Salem Boys and Girls Club, 3 Geremonty Dr, Salem. Nature Made Simple is sponsoring this free workshop and refreshments will be served. Button Up NH workshops are designed to provide homeowners with information and techniques to help them save money on home energy use. The presentation is conducted by an independent certified energy professional. Participants will learn basic building science concepts and learn the basics about air sealing, insulating, and conservation measures that reduce fuel and electricity use. Workshop participants will learn how to sign up for Home Performance with Energy Star (HPwES) – a program run by the energy efficiency services at Liberty Utilities, PSNH, NH Electric Coop and Unitil. HPwES is open to all NH families and is solely based on whether your home has a higher than average heating fuel bill. By signing up for the HPwES program, NH residents can access a Home Energy Audit for $100, financial incentives up to $4000 and technical expertise. According to Craig Cadieux, a BPI Certified Building Analyst and Button Up Presenter, “The Home Performance with Energy Star Program is something every homeowner should consider. It gives homeowners the assistance they need to make energy efficiency improvements to their homes. When a homeowner participates in the program they will receive a list of recommendations for cost effective energy efficiency improvements and will have the opportunity to decide, if any, the work they want done on their home.” This workshop is being funded by Liberty Utilities. The Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI) of Plymouth, NH is working with local groups statewide to bring this important information to the public on behalf of Liberty Utilities. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. To register go to: buttonupsalem.eventbrite.com Button Up NH Workshops are free and open to the general public. For more information on dates and locations for upcoming workshops visit: http://www.myenergyplan.net/buttonup
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