Climate Action Now
When: Thursday, April 5, 6 pm
Where: UMass Center, 1500 Main St, Springfield
What: Massachusetts is a nationwide leader in energy efficiency and conservation. Our energy efficiency programs are known as Mass Save, which uses the dollars taken from our electric and gas bills to fund weatherization for our houses and replacement of inefficient furnaces, refrigerators, air conditioners and lightbulbs. It is a great start, but the electric and gas companies that make up Mass Save can do better. If you are interested in carpooling from the north, meet at 5pm at the Sheldon Field lot in Northampton.
Written comments are due April 9. Whether you are able to go to the hearing or not, submit your comments by email to info@ optenergy.com, email@example.com, and DOER.ENERGY@state.ma.us. In the subject line, put “Written statement for Energy Efficiency Advisory Council,” and ask for confirmation that it will be distributed to councilors.
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