If you're interested in finding out on how to reduce energy use, save money and help create jobs al at the same time, consider attending Energy Upgrade California's workshop at the Concord Senior Center Thursday evening.
Homeowners in Contra Costa County are invited to attend the free workshop, which will feature a local resident who is currently participating in the program, as well as contractors, according to event organizers.
The event will provide homeowners with valuable information about how to access rebates up to $11,000 for home upgrades.
Organizers say homeowners will leave the workshop with a firm understanding of how to:
· Lower utility bill and reduce energy use
· Increase home comfort and indoor air quality
· Get started on a home energy upgrade today
Where and when:
Thursday, December 8, 6:30 p.m.
Concord Senior Center
2727 Parkside Circle
ABOUT ENERGY UPGRADE CALIFORNIA
Energy Upgrade California is a collaborative program between the California Energy Commission, the California Public Utilities Commission, utilities and local governments. It provides tools to accomplish and promote a “whole house” approach to home efficiency improvements. Based on “building science” principles, the program emphasizes an integrated approach to energy efficiency, starting with an assessment of current systems to identify solutions that will improve the comfort and energy performance of a home.
For more information, visit www.EnergyUpgradeCA.org