Free Class, Oct. 19
In partnership with Pacific Gas and
Electric Company’s (PG&E) Energy Training
following free training opportunity is presented by Lake County
Energy Watch and is designed for homeowners, contractors, energy
consultants and many more:
Integrating Energy Efficiency and Renewables in Home Retrofits,
Wednesday, October 19, 2011, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Calpine
Geothermal Visitor Center, 15500 Central Park Road, Middletown,
Description: The most
effective way to lower energy use and greenhouse gasses is to go
beyond a specific technology focus and take a whole-system approach
to buildings. The goal is to find the best combination of
technologies to lower a buildings energy footprint as much as
possible. On the agenda is use of new SmartMeters
to diagnose energy use in the home and upcoming rate options to
maximize the benefits of the efficiency improvements. We will
then cover cost scenarios and return on investment calculations.
class is free of charge and includes a continental breakfast and
Registration is required.
You may find the registration link at www.energy.co.lake.ca.us or
and select “Free Training Opportunities,” or for more information
contact Michalyn DelValle at 263-2221 or email@example.com.
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is available to eligible homeowners to make energy efficiency
improvements to homes.
Promotional interest rate in Lake County
is 0%. There is no minimum
or maximum loan amount.
must meet the following requirements: Be located in an eligible
county (Lake County qualifies); All persons listed on the
property title must apply for the loan and/or grant financing;
The applicant must have qualifying income of 60-160% of the HUD
area median income for the County in which the property is
located; The mortgage (if applicable) and property taxes must be
current; There cannot be any tax liens on the property.
applicable income limits and more information, please review the www.chfloan.org
website or call 1-855-740-8422.
Kill A Watt
you ever looked at your energy bill and wondered how much of the
energy was used by your refrigerator or other appliances? You can now find out. Lake County Energy Watch has begun
an energy efficiency tool lending library. The first tool available at the
lending library is the Kill A Watt.
A Kill A Watt is a tool that measures the energy use of
appliances and can estimate the cost to use that power over time in
intervals of hours, days, weeks, months or a year. Kill A Watts are
available at the Community Development Department for a check out
term of two weeks. Please
call Michalyn at 707-263-2221 to make a reservation.