Nashua Button Up NH
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
BUTTON UP NEW HAMPSHIRE
City of Nashua
The Nature of Things
Joyce Cooling & Heating
Merrimack Tax Associates, Keller Williams Realty, Merrimack County Savings Bank
- Learn how to save money in your home
- Gain a better understanding of Building Science
- Learn tips for Do-It-Yourself energy saving projects
- Take part in the Home Performance with Energy Star program
Liberty Utilities in conjunction with the City of Nashua, The Nature of Things, Joyce Cooling & Heating, and others will hold a "Button Up NH" weatherization workshop presented by a BPI (Building Performance Institute) certified energy professional.
Button Up NH is a workshop where participants will learn:
Basic building science concepts and learn how to undertake basic air sealing, insulation, and conservation measures to reduce fuel and electricity use
How to sign up for Home Performance with Energy Star (HPwES) – a program that provides financial incentives and technical expertise to assist homeowners with buttoning up their homes
HPwES program is run through Liberty Utilities and other statewide utility providers
Button Up NH workshops are free and open to the public. For more information on registration, dates and locations of Button Up NH workshops contact Zak Brohinsky, email@example.com or call PAREI at 536-5030 for an upcoming schedule.
To view a video series on energy efficiency and weatherization or learn about other energy saving measures visit www.plymouthenergy.org
When & Where
Liberty Utilities & PAREI
Liberty Utilities is a regulated water, natural gas and electric transmission and distribution utility, delivering responsive and reliable essential services to over one third of a million customers across the United States. With a local approach to management, service and support, we deliver efficient, dependable services to meet the needs of our customers.
PAREI is a local, grass roots organization that encourages energy conservation and energy efficiency practices and promotes the use of renewable energies in the Plymouth, NH region.