This exciting new program will provide technical assistance and up to $5,000 of additional incentives (beyond the $2,500 available from Efficiency Vermont for home weatherization) to help former CVPS customers incorporate heat pumps, modern wood heat and solar electricity into comprehensive home energy projects that reduce overall energy use by 50% or more.
Organizers from the Vermont Building Performance Professionals Association will describe the program and incentives at a forum Wednesday March 9, 6:30 to 8pm at the Thetford Center Community Center. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served.
Bob Walker is happy to work with any former CVPS territory towns to help get the word out about this exciting program. If you or someone from your energy committee can make it to this forum on March 9th it would be a great introduction to the program for you.