Saturday, February 14, 2015

Tesha Buss - ‎Clean Energy Presentation

FOLA Sponsors Home & Business Energy Cost Savings Forum, 7pm onThursday, February 26, A Sponsors Home & Business Energy Cost Savings Forum, 7pm on Thursday, February 26, 2015.2015.

Keep warm and save money through conservation and smart solar heating options at this free event. Find out what your neighbors have been up to, including news of Ludlow Electric Grid’s first Community Solar Project!

Tesha Buss, local business owner and chair of the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Clean Energy Committee, will present on solutions for homeowners and businesses – including community solar, roof-top, and other options – and how to decide which is best for you. With the help of Dave Bonta from the USA Solar Store, your questions will be answered regarding financing, tax credits, products, warranties, time frames, how your bills are credited, solar heating and hot water options and more! Bruce Whitney from NeighborWorks H.E.A.T. Squad will explain how to obtain an energy audit, available products such as air sealing, spray foam and retrofit insulation methods, the incentive process, and loan programs for homes and businesses. Going green has never been easier, nor do you need to have equity in your home or business to make some of the critical repairs or solar upgrades to save you money.

All are invited to the Ludlow Town Hall for an evening on money and energy saving tactics for home and business owners looking to get more out of their energy budgets and keep more heat in their homes!

Presenters include: Tesha Buss of Good Commons, The Good Farm Community Solar and Chair of OVRCC's Clean Energy Committee, Dave Bonta , founder of USA Solar Store and Sundeavor, and Bruce Whitney, outreach coordinator for NeighborWorks H.E.A.T. Squad. Made possible through sponsorship from Friends of Ludlow Auditorium.

Bring your questions! We encourage an informal Q & A after the presentation. For questions in advance, call or email Tesha at 802-245-4746 or

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