Green Madison’s “Home Energy Efficiency 101” Session at REI

February 15, 2012 by
Filed under: Education, Energy 

Green MadisonGreen Madison presents “Home Energy Efficiency 101” at REI on the west side of Madison. This free event is from 7-8 p.m. on Thursday, February 16.

Attendees of this homeowner education session will learn how to save energy and money. Here’s the description from REI’s website:

You might track your car’s MPG, but do you know how efficient your home is? Do rooms in your house have different comfort levels? Are ice dams an issue? If you replace windows will it really save you 30% on your energy bill? What are the recommended insulation levels for Wisconsin? — Green Madison is sponsoring a FREE homeowner education session to learn more about energy efficiency and basic building science. Energy efficiency building performance consultants Steve Pipson and Mike Wilkins explain the key concepts of maintaining an efficient and healthy home. Energy advocate Leith Nye will explain how Green Madison helps homeowners develop customized efficiency solutions to save energy, money and the environment. Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of their most recent energy bill and their questions and concerns about their homes.

Green Madison is a federally-funded program to help Madison businesses and residents save energy and money.

If you’d like to attend “Home Energy Efficiency 101,” click here to sign up (registration is limited to 50 participants).

REI is located at 7483 W Towne Way.

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