Members of Easton's Green Communities Committee are making residents aware of a No Cost Home Energy Assessment.
The assessment is offered by the Mass Save Home Energy Services Program in partnership with the Green Communities Committee.
The program provides eligible Easton residents with:
• No‐Cost Home Energy Assessment to identify energy
savings improvements performed by Mass Save Participating Home Performance Contractor, Next Step Living
• No‐Cost compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) to help start saving energy immediately
• 75% - up to $2,000 off- to install approved insulation improvements
• Generous Rebates for high efficiency heating and hot water equipment
• 0% financing offered through the HEAT Loan Program on eligible energy efficiency improvements
With the support of its Green Communities Committee, Easton continues in its efforts to reduce energy use, utilize clean energy, and become an overall greener community.
Easton’s recent green achievements include:
- $8000 Clean Energy Center grant (2009).
- Energy audits funded by the Department of
- Energy Resources (DOER) (2009).
- Massachusetts Green Communities Division funded Planning Assistance (2009).
- 50kW solar installation financed by Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (2010).
- State designation as a Massachusetts Green Community (2010).
- Solar powered trash compactors awarded by the Green Communities Division (2010).
- National Grid Whole Building Assessment of the Oliver Ames High School (2011).
- $168,000 Green Communities Grant for energy efficiency projects (2011):
- Boiler at Easton Town Offices
- Rooftop HVAC unit at Police/Fire Station
- Heaters at Water Division garage
- Lights in High School gym
- Middle School parking lot lights
To learn more, click on the attached .pdfs.