Tuesday, March 19, 2013
As part of the residential solar energy campaign in Natick, there will be two open house tours this week of solar customers to help residents learn more about renewable energy in their homes.
March 19, 1:50 p.m.: The Natick Solar Open House has been cancelled tonight. Please visit this event listing in our calendar for more information on the upcoming open house. The Natick Home Energy Initiative and Next Step Living will be hosting an open house tonight at 6:30 p.m. to give local residents an opportunity to learn more about solar energy in their homes. The home they will be showing tonight is located at 19 Lacosta Dr., and pre-registration is required as the event is limited to 15 people. For about a year, the Natick Home Energy Initiative has set a goal of providing home energy assessments for 630 homes. That's equivalent to roughly 5 percent of eligible homes in town. To date, 381 assessments have been completed. Next Step…
Thursday, December 27, 2012
The Natick Home Energy Initiative has saved residents money on energy and will continue to do so.
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Thursday, December 27, 2012
The following information was provided by Natick Town Administrator Martha White: In March of 2012, the Town of Natick began a partnership with Next Step Living to provide outreach to residents for Mass Save Energy Assessments and other home energy efficiency services. The Natick Home Energy Initiative set a goal of providing energy assessments for 630 homes in Natick or about 5% of the eligible 1-4 unit homes. At this time the program has provided 381 energy assessments and completed 113 weatherization jobs. Together we have saved participating Natick residents $23,000 in utility costs, while making their homes more comfortable and sustainable. On average, those who followed up with insulation and air sealing saw a $206 reduction in …
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Looking to save some cash on your electric bill? Today's 5 things has all the info on how to go solar.
1. If you are looking to save money on your electric bill and do some good for the environment, head to the Morse Tavern today for a meeting of the Natick Home Energy Initiative. The group will provide free food and drinks and will guide you in how to get solar cells for your home. 2. William Chenard, Director of Public Works and Jon Marshall, Director of Recreation and Parks both received the Certificate in Local Government Leadership this week. The course, which took place in Natick, was attended by 24 officials from local towns and was instructed by Suffolk University faculty. 3. Free counseling on health insurance programs for senior citizens and other medicare beneficiaries will be available today at the Natick Senior Center. …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
If you're looking to cut your energy costs and help the environment, Natick's "Solar Social" might be for you.
Natick Home Energy Initiative, which aims to promote solar projects for homes across town, is set to host a "Solar Social" on Thursday at Morse Tavern at 7 p.m. The event will bring information to residents on implementing solar systems in their homes at low upfront cost. "The Town of Natick has already gone solar on their buildings and wants to offer residents the ability to do the same on their homes," the event's invitation reads. Free food and drinks will also be provided. For more information, contact Mike Cucchiara at 917-612-9190 or Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org.