Keep your heating bills low—check your house for places where warm air could be leaking out, these could be easily fixed with caulking and weather-stripping. To view more tips, click here. To subscribe to our Tip of the Day RSS feed, click here.
Efficiency Maine is offering up to $1,500 in incentives. By improving your heating systems, weatherizing your home, or making other improvements you can earn money and save money. To view more tips, click here. To subscribe to our Tip of the Day RSS feed, click here.
Get your furnace serviced before the winter – having it run efficiently can save tons of energy. To view more tips, click here. To subscribe to our Tip of the Day RSS feed, click here.
by Kate Cough Ellsworth American news story ELLSWORTH — It’s easy, with this week’s summer breezes and sunshine, to forget about ice dams on your roof, drafty windows and high heating bills. But Weatherize Ellsworth is hoping you’ll recall just a bit of winter’s bite and sign up for a free energy consult with the Read More
Do you wish your heating bills were just a little bit lower and your home just a little bit more comfortable? Have you thought about making your home more energy efficient but aren’t sure where to start? Would you like to save money while reducing oil dependence and air pollution? The Natural Resources Council of Read More
By Mal Leary MPBN news story AUGUSTA, Maine — Over the three years staring July 1, the board of the Efficiency Maine Trust is proposing a budget of nearly $209 million to pay for a wide range of energy efficiency programs to save Mainers — homeowners and businesses alike — on their heating and cooling Read More
Plan to save Mainers more than $870 million on energy bills advances NRCM news release Today Efficiency Maine’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to adopt a new 3-year plan and budget, which will save consumers more than $870 million on energy bills over the lifetime of the efficiency measures. The plan now goes to the Read More
The LePage administration receives federal approval to spend $3.8 million from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program to seal drafty houses and repair furnaces rather than purchase heating fuel. By Tux Turkel, Staff Writer Portland Press Herald news story The state of Maine will shift $3.8 million in low-income heating assistance this winter from Read More
NRCM news release On Tuesday, Governor LePage’s top energy staffer, Patrick Woodcock, led an effort to cut $7.5 million for home weatherization and heating efficiency from the Efficiency Maine’s proposed three-year budget at the same time the governor is refusing to release voter-approved Land for Maine’s Future (LMF) funds because he claims to be concerned Read More