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Heat Pump Incentives for Low & Moderate Income Homeowners

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HeatSmart Southern Tier Virtual Webinar Series: Heat Pump Incentives for Low & Moderate Income Homeowners

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Join the HeatSmart Southern Tier team and our Installer partners AirSource LLC., Dailey Electric, and The Insulation Man for a general webinar of our clean heating and cooling campaign. Energy efficiency and clean heating and cooling systems—ground source and air source heat pumps—are smart and healthy options that will keep your home comfortable year-round, lower your energy usage and reduce your carbon footprint. By participating in Heat Smart Southern Tier, a program of Network for a Sustainable Tomorrow (NEST), (formerly the Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition), you’ll learn about these technologies and energy efficiency, plus available incentives and financing. All products and installers have been vetted by Heart Smart and NYSERDA, which supports our non-profit program. Our partners will be on hand to answer all of your questions. Register via eventbrite and a Zoom link will be sent to your inbox the day of the event.

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Network for a Sustainable Tomorrow (NEST), formerly known as the Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition, seeks to build a sustainable community through education and collaboration to generate partnerships and civic participation. Our new name reflects the wider geographic scope of our work, which includes Broome, Tioga, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego Counties, and our role as convenor and catalyst within the regional climate and sustainability space. This will achieve lasting social equity, environmental, and economic well being throughout our region. NEST continues this mission by sharing information and resources, and coordinating with community stakeholders to fight climate change. 

 

 

 

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