TUESDAY:  Save energy, save money, increase comfort

Sign up for a FREE or reduced-rate home energy assessment!
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December 28, 2012
~ from New Castle’s Sustainability Advisory Board

Mark you calendar!  Join us at the Chappaqua Library on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for an informational presentation featuring our local energy expert Norm Jen, who will help homeowners to understand how their homes leak energy, how they can fix them—and how to take advantage of state incentives to pay for it.  Learn how you can increase home comfort, reduce utility costs, improve indoor air quality and lower overall carbon emissions. Homeowners are encouraged to ask questions about their own homes.

Norm will be joined by local homeowners who have gone through the program to make their homes more energy efficient and Elyssa Roth from Energize New York who will help explain the programs and will be on hand to help file your application for a FREE or reduced rate home comprehensive home energy assessment. If you’d like assistance, please have your utility account number with you. For more information, visit www.EnergizeNewCastle.org.

See “A calculating look at home energy retrofitting: Can you beat this return on investment?,” NCNOW.org, 1/4/13.

The library is located at 195 South Greeley Avenue in Chappaqua.

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The library says this presentation is scheduled for 7:30 pm http://www.chappaqualibrary.org/index.php?option=com_jcalpro&view=calendar&Itemid=40

Editor’s Note: I see the discrepancy and will check with both the Sustainability Advisory Board and the Chappaqua Library tomorrow (Sunday) before re-blasting this article on Monday, January 7.  Thanks for noticing!

Update:  The correct time is 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 8.  The library will change its calendar to reflect this.

By Deborah Weiss on 01/05/2013 at 1:24 pm

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