Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
St. Paul residents are saving money and energy by participating in Neighborhood Energy Service. The program, a joint effort by Metro CERT and the Neighborhood Energy Connection, educates residents about energy use and then sends a crew to their home to install basic energy saving materials. Once doors have been weather stripped, light bulbs changed, and thermostats replaced average participants have been saving an average of $192 per year on their energy bills. Participants will receive personal energy reports in the mail after their home visit and are eligible for additional rebates up to $400 for air sealing/insulating and up to $250 for a new furnace/boiler.
Materials installed may include:
- Door weather stripping
- Compact Flourescent Light (CFL) bulbs
- Low flow showerheads
- Faucet aerators
- Hot water heater blanket
- Programmable thermostat
Must attend workshop to qualify for discount and rebates. Program only available to St. Paul residents (renters are welcome!)
Program sponsored by the Environment and Natural Resource Trust Fund. Other partners include Center for Energy and Environment, Xcel Energy, City of St. Paul, and Minnesota Conservation Corps.
Event is FREE, RSVP at http://savesenergy.eventbrite.com/
Central High School Auditorium
275 Lexington Pkwy
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Can't attend on Oct 16th? Check out nes.mncerts.org