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Personal: HEAT Loan Program

"MassSAVE, a residential conservation services program administered by Massachusetts electric companies, gas companies and municipal aggregators, with oversight provided by The Division of Energy Resources (DOER) and The Department of Telecommunications and Energy (DTE), offers no-interest and low-interest financing to help residential consumers increase the energy efficiency of their homes through their HEAT Loan Program." -DSIRE site Read More »

Heating: Electric Thermal Storage

Concord Light offers reduced residential heating rates and rebates for installation of an Electric Thermal Storage heater. See: Concord Light plant: reducing electric bill

Home Energy: How efficient is your home?

Home energy ratings provide a standard measurement of a home’s energy efficiency. Contact the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) to find a home energy rater in your area: http://www.resnet.us/directory/raters.aspx

Also see: Energy Audits

Hazardous material disposal for Concord Residents

Many materials fall into the category of Hazardous Waste and should not be disposed of with regular household waste. Concord Public Works provides drop-off locations for a number different materials.

See: http://www.concordnet.org/Pages/ConcordMA_Recycle/house

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