The Lewiston Public Library is set to host a program on saving money on home energy bills from 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1.
The event, to be held in The Jeanne Couture Room at 200 Lisbon St., is free and open to the public.
With rising costs in heating and electricity, it can be hard to know the best ways to save energy in the home and stay comfortable in the winter and the summer. People can learn what to do to save money at home and be more comfortable year-round, and ask questions about what options make the most sense and will save the most money.
The rebates available for Maine homeowners will be discussed, as well as what additional federal funding will be coming with the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act.
Colin McCullough, a BPI-certified home energy auditor, has worked for several state energy efficiency programs for 12 years, advising homeowners on the most efficient options for a more affordable, comfortable and safe home. He is renovating his 110-year-old home in Farmingdale to achieve net-zero energy status.
For more information, contact the library at 207-513-3135 or [email protected].
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