Residential Energy Workshop
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — 7 p.m.
Pierce House | 17 Weston Road | Lincoln, MA
Have you had a home energy assessment in the last two years? Did you know homeowners can receive free energy audits, which can help you reduce your carbon footprint and save on energy costs?
In early 2016, Lincoln launched its new Lincoln Energy Challenge to help residents find out how to their energy consumption. The first step is getting a home energy assessment, in which a professional energy specialist checks your home’s insulation, windows, heating and cooling system, lighting, and other areas where there may be air leaks, inefficient equipment, or outdated technology.
Following a home energy assessment, homeowners are often faced with multiple opportunities to update their homes. We’re here to help you navigate those options—from energy-efficient appliances to air-sourced heat pumps to rooftop solar opportunities to financing incentives.
Please join us to find out how you can help us become a greener Lincoln!
- 2016 Annual Rain Barrel Sale
- What's a landfill good for these days? How about 1.5 MW of renewable energy?
- Deposit Bottles Doubled
- Lincoln Recycling Rate at 40%!
- Station Park: A Model for Sustainable Gardening
- Bikes Not Bombs bike drive was a great success again
Do you want to…
If so, you want to live more sustainably!
|Click here to view a Summary of the Survey Results|
The Green Energy Technology Committee has created this web site for you. In each topic section, you will find personal tips and recommended resources, learn what your neighbors are doing, and find out about upcoming events.