Westporters like to compete in everything: SAT scores. Coolest cars. Most residential square footage.
We’re now Number 1 in a contest that matters more than most. We lead a competition among 14 Connecticut communities to achieve residential energy efficiencies
We’ve had the most home energy solution visits — 160 — since the Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge began in March. (Feedback on those visits is near 100%.)
We’ve also had the most home energy improvements completed, after those visits. That number — 7 — is pretty low. Still, it beats all the other towns — combined.
“As you can tell, we’ve been quite busy,” Abramson says.
“Our success has been primarily a function of a good initial game plan. Now we have to get better at execution of the community leader/community group/non-profit partnership model. And to figure out how to get more people to do the recommended upgrades.”
If you’re reading this with the a/c blasting, think about your bill. Then sign up for a home energy audit.
Just like 160 of your neighbors — with lower bills — have already done.