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You can make a positive impact at the personal, local and global levels by taking small steps to go green in your own life. CET started the Go Green initiative in 2011 to support residents to take 10,000 household actions in three years - because individual actions when combined with others in your community, add up.
ENERGY STAR. Information about saving energy in your home, including a tool for comparing your home's energy performance to other homes plus information about energy saving appliances, lighting, and home improvements.
Energy Federation products for home owners/ tenants and landlords alike: A site for consumers interested in learning and purchasing energy saving light bulbs,fixtures and more.
The Department of Energy created this site for Homeowners, Landlords & prospective Buyers. It provides technical and practical information on Insulation (Products) and how a “good thermal barrier” meaning a properly insulated home can save you money on heating your home during the winter.
Information on your energy providers how to find $ assistance plus direct links to your energy provider can be found on this site. By the MA department of telecommunications and energy.
The HEAT Loan Program provides customers with no-interest and low-interest loans (up to 3%) to assist them with the installation of qualified energy efficient improvements in their homes. The loans are available up-to $25,000 with terms up-to 7 years. To apply for the loan, one must own and reside in a one to four family residence and obtain a Home Energy Assessment through the MassSAVE Program.
The Weatherization Assistance Program, helps low-income households reduce their heating bills by providing home energy efficiency services.