Warm and Green: Morristown talk about NJ Clean Energy, Jan. 14

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From Sustainable Morristown:

WARM & GREEN: NEW JERSEY’s CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM™ at Presbyterian Parish House January 14

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program, which includes home energy audits and rebates on energy-saving home upgrades, will be explained on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018, at 12:30 pm at the Presbyterian Parish House, 65 South St. in Morristown.

During an energy audit, air leaks are revealed by using a blower door facing outside to lower the pressure inside the home.
During an energy audit, air leaks are revealed by using a blower door facing outside to lower the pressure inside the home.

Michael Rutkowski, account manager of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program, will explain why your home feels uncomfortable and how it may be wasting energy.

He will describe the home energy audit process and how to benefit from financial incentives available from the NJ program.

Morristown resident Dan Falkner will describe his experience in selecting a contractor for an audit, what happens during an audit, choices for home upgrades, and costs and projected savings from this program.

Refreshments will be served in the meeting room to ward off hunger pangs for those coming directly from a church service.

This program is sponsored by Sustainable Morristown, the Green Faith Initiative of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown, and the Green Earth Ministry of the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. The program is free.

For questions or more information contact Jim Stevenson at 973 292 1585.

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