How much do you spend on heating and cooling costs?

Are you cold even when the heat is on? Does your AC fail to cool your home?

It’s time to make a change!


Free home energy workshop

May 25
Keene Parks and Recreation Center
312 Washington St., Keene, NH

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased financial strain and saving money has never been more important. Many people are spending more time at home, increasing the hours they need to run their heat and air conditioners. Home energy efficiency is a long-term solution to save money on cooling and heating costs.

Learn about saving electricity, insulation and air sealing, energy audit and weatherization program, rebates and gas incentives and other incentives provided by the NH Saves program – plus easy and affordable tips and tricks anyone can do!

This 1.5-hour presentation is conducted by a certified energy auditor and explains energy-efficient building practices as well as examples of whole house weatherization for the heating and cooling seasons. It covers energy efficiency programs offered by New Hampshire 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.

Presenter: Bob Eldredge, BPI certified energy auditor

What: A free home energy workshop

Where: Keene Parks and Recreation Center, 312 Washington St., Keene, NH

When: May 25, 6:00-7:30pm

The workshop is hosted by the Keene Clean Energy Team, the Monadnock Sustainability Hub, and Button-up Vermont.

Tell your friends! Everyone is welcome!