The Rockport Conservation Commission’s climate talks at the Rockport Library continue on Wednesday, April 19, at 6:00 p.m. The public is invited to a presentation by Lily McVetty, who will discuss Efficiency Maine’s residential offerings. The program will describe how homeowners can receive thousands of dollars in rebates for energy efficient upgrades.
McVetty, Program Manager for Efficiency Maine, will provide an introduction to available rebates, financing options, technical resources, and Efficiency Maine’s installer locator. She will touch on topics like heat pumps, insulation, heat pump water heaters, and more. There will be an opportunity for audience members to ask questions at the end of the program.
This climate talk series is part of the Climate Action Grant awarded by the Maine Governor’s Office on Policy, Innovation and the Future (GOPIF) to the Rockport Conservation Commission. The funding assists with a climate vulnerability assessment, a greenhouse gas inventory, and a public outreach campaign. Programs are held on third Wednesdays at the Rockport Library though June. Refreshments provided. For more information about this and upcoming presentations, visit Rockport.lib.me.us.