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Is your home energy efficient? Find out with a no-cost Home Energy Assessment from Mass Save®!
Your no-cost Home Energy Assessment includes:
- Personalized report outlining recommended energy efficiency improvements
- Installation of no-cost immediate savings improvements such as compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), programmable thermostats, and water saving devices, as needed.
Here's what to expect during your home energy assessment:
Mass Save also has other programs to fit your home energy needs. Find out more about the Multi-Family Retrofit Program and the Income-Eligible Programs, including fuel assistance, reduced utility rates, and added savings on energy efficiency incentives.
Visit masssave.com for more information and to learn about other programs.
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Public Entities Recognized for Leading by Example posted on Nov 19
Every fall, the Commonwealth holds the annual Leading by Example (LBE) Award ceremony at the State House. And every year, there is a surplus of impressive energy and sustainability achievements to celebrate. This year’s 8 winners, from state agencies, public higher education, and municipalities were …Continue Reading Public Entities Recognized for Leading by Example