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Nashua workshop will teach tricks for reducing fuel, electricity use in homes

Nashua residents can learn ways to reduce their fuel and electricity use at the City Hall auditorium.

From 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Liberty Utilities, in conjunction with the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative and Lakes Region Community College, will sponsor a weatherization workshop called “Button Up New Hampshire.” The free educational workshop, open to the public, teaches basic building science concepts and air sealing, insulation and conservation measures to reduce fuel and electricity use, and to make a home more comfortable, according to a press release. ...

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Nashua residents can learn ways to reduce their fuel and electricity use at the City Hall auditorium.

From 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Liberty Utilities, in conjunction with the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative and Lakes Region Community College, will sponsor a weatherization workshop called “Button Up New Hampshire.” The free educational workshop, open to the public, teaches basic building science concepts and air sealing, insulation and conservation measures to reduce fuel and electricity use, and to make a home more comfortable, according to a press release.

Attendees will learn how to sign up for Home Performance with Energy Star, a program offered by Liberty Utilities and other state providers that offers financial incentives and technical expertise to help homeowners with “buttoning up” their homes.

Registration is encouraged, but not required, and can be done by visiting buttonupnashua.eventbrite.com or contacting Bob Eldredge at 344-4540 or nhenergyguy@gmail.com.

For more information about upcoming “Button Up New Hampshire” workshops or to view a series of energy-efficiency and weatherization videos, visit the “Button Up NH” tab at www.plymouthenergy.org or contact Zak Brohinsky at zak@plymoutheneryg.org or 536-5030.

– MARYALICE GILL