Energy Efficiency & Weatherization
Energy Efficiency Work Provides Big Returns for Local Landlord
MSH’s Energy Efficiency for Landlords initiative aims to connect landlords with energy efficiency information and resources to encourage and inspire energy efficiency projects that will positively impact their energy consumption, finances, and tenants’ comfort.
The first phase features a “case study” of the energy efficiency work energy pro, Doug Walker, is doing on his 11 unit residential rental property in Swanzey. To see what and how it’s done and the savings watch the video below.
Residential Energy Efficiency Information
Eversource Increases Matching Funds for Weatherization for Residents
NHSaves Button Up Workshops Inform Residents about NHSaves Programs
Button Up Workshops allow homeowners the opportunity to learn more about the statewide NHSaves programs. Led periodically by regional home auditors, residents can learn if qualify for programs that can improve the efficiency of their homes:
- See if your households qualified for a $100 energy audit. (Typical standard cost of $500.)
- Receive a detailed energy assessment as part of your energy audit.
- Based on the energy assessment, receive up to 50% or up to $4000.00 to help pay for any of the qualified measures.
- Learn about 2% and 0% for qualifying homeowners for up to $15,000 with 7-10 years payback respectively available through NHSaves and participating banks, on-bill financing for loans under $2000 and more. Local bank offering financing for Monadnock Region is Walpole Savings Bank – see complete list and full resources at NHSaves Financing.
Free Button-Up workshop for all comers at the Keene Recreation Center, 312 Washington St, Keene on December 7th, 2022 from 6-7:30pm. No registration required.
Weatherization Toolkit from Vital Communities
Vital Communities is a bi-state nonprofit working for the improvement of its regional community in many areas which Energy. Learn more about Vital Communities and its work. They have produced a Toolkit for local communities to put on their own weatherization campaigns in hopes that residential homes can become more energy efficient through such regionally held campaigns. Learn more about the toolkit.