Thanks to Liz Thomas for a great opinion piece in the Ithaca Journal! Even old farmhouses can join in the transition to clean energy.
HeatSmart program offers low-cost efficiency
by Elizabeth Thomas
Most people have noticed or believe climate change to be an issue of concern, and in this era, it is doubtful the federal government will be working to find renewable energies to help stem greenhouse gas production.
We are fortunate in Tompkins County to have assistance through the HeatSmart program to find more efficient ways to heat homes. Read more
HeatSmart volunteers gather at Stewart Park to pick up yard signs and celebrate the start of the program's second season. Photo by Kathleen Gifford. (For high resolution version of image click here)
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Now in its second year, HeatSmart program to serve as model for communities across state
ITHACA – A group of Tompkins County residents is launching a series of community meetings to help homeowners sort through their options for curbing their homes’ energy appetites through sealing, insulation, and high-efficiency heat pumps.
The HeatSmart program begins its second season on February 21 with an information session at the Brooktondale Community Center in Caroline. It is the first of 19 open community meetings around the county offered by the nonprofit group Solar Tompkins. For a complete schedule, visit SolarTompkins.org.