How Climate Friendly is Your Home? A Free Energy Auditing Program

Wed, May 25 2022
7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Virtual

Climate Wednesdays environment Virtual Programming


While collective action is crucial to solving the climate crisis, many of us would also like to reduce our own reliance on fossil fuels. Measuring your home's energy efficiency is a great first step toward lowering energy consumption. But energy audits can be costly, and it’s not easy to find a qualified auditor. Now there’s a solution: New York State is teaming up with NEEP (Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships) to offer a free, remote energy auditing service to homeowners. NEEP’s app collects data from your home and uses it to produce an energy model showing how much you might save from different energy upgrades. At this event, NEEP experts will explain how the system works and get you started on your own audit.

Speakers:

John Balfe works on the Buildings and Community Solutions Team at Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) to help drive energy efficiency in new and retrofitted schools and public buildings and advance policies for high performance building standards throughout the region.

Carolyn Sarno Goldthwaite is Vice President Customer Engagement at ClearlyEnergy, where she collaborates with stakeholders to develop cost-effective, cutting-edge solutions to tackle climate change.

Emme Luck, a Market Consultant at DNV, conducts market research on best practices and advises energy industry leaders on energy efficiency program design, implementation, and evaluation.

This presentation will take place online via Zoom. Please RSVP at least an hour in advance to receive the Zoom link prior to the event. It will also be livestreamed on YouTube here.

This program will be recorded and streamed on YouTube. All participants who register and join this program will be recorded. Your image will be seen if you leave your camera on, if you ask a question your voice will be heard, and your name may be visible. 

Add to My Calendar 05/25/2022 07:00 pm 05/25/2022 08:15 pm America/New_York How Climate Friendly is Your Home? A Free Energy Auditing Program

While collective action is crucial to solving the climate crisis, many of us would also like to reduce our own reliance on fossil fuels. Measuring your home's energy efficiency is a great first step toward lowering energy consumption. But energy audits can be costly, and it’s not easy to find a qualified auditor. Now there’s a solution: New York State is teaming up with NEEP (Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships) to offer a free, remote energy auditing service to homeowners. NEEP’s app collects data from your home and uses it to produce an energy model showing how much you might save from different energy upgrades. At this event, NEEP experts will explain how the system works and get you started on your own audit.

Speakers:

John Balfe works on the Buildings and Community Solutions Team at Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) to help drive energy efficiency in new and retrofitted schools and public buildings and advance policies for high performance building standards throughout the region.

Carolyn Sarno Goldthwaite is Vice President Customer Engagement at ClearlyEnergy, where she collaborates with stakeholders to develop cost-effective, cutting-edge solutions to tackle climate change.

Emme Luck, a Market Consultant at DNV, conducts market research on best practices and advises energy industry leaders on energy efficiency program design, implementation, and evaluation.

This presentation will take place online via Zoom. Please RSVP at least an hour in advance to receive the Zoom link prior to the event. It will also be livestreamed on YouTube here.

This program will be recorded and streamed on YouTube. All participants who register and join this program will be recorded. Your image will be seen if you leave your camera on, if you ask a question your voice will be heard, and your name may be visible. 

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