Brandon workshop: How to live in ‘zero energy’ home

BRANDON — Efficiency Vermont’s Matt Sharpe this Saturday will deliver a free workshop for people interested in making their dwellings more energy efficient. “Zero Energy for Your Home: Making it Possible” will take place on Jan. 12, 1-2:30 p.m., at the Brandon Town Hall.
A “zero energy home” generates as much energy as it uses by combining energy efficiency improvements, solar electric and alternative heating systems. Discover how the methods and costs of zero energy homes have moved within reach for average Vermont homeowners.
This free workshop will cover:
• Principles and benefits.
• Overview of the latest technological advances, including heat pumps, solar electric and modern wood heating.
• Tips on how much to invest in and pay for these improvements.
This event is co-sponsored by the town of Brandon and Efficiency Vermont. For more info, contact town of Brandon Energy Committee Chair Michael Shank at 802-989-9432.

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