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Taghkanic Talks Presents: The 2024 Consumer Energy Forum

The Taghkanic Climate Smart Community Task Force presents another in its series on climate resilience and mitigation efforts in our community. Learn about our Community Solar campaign, the latest developments in heat pumps, what you can do to weatherize your home, and what programs are available to help.


Wednesday February 28th 5:30-7:30pm

Taghkanic Firehouse 631 Old Route 82 Taghkanic

Free Pizza provided by JoJo’s Pizza

Free raffle for multiple Williams Lumber gift cards


COMMUNITY SOLAR

Allie Naganuma (Solstice Power Technologies LLC, Partnerships Manager)

Residents, organizations, and businesses can reduce their electricity bills by up to 10% without installing solar panels on their home, and instead enroll in a shared solar farm. Community solar is free to join, voluntary, and renter-friendly. The Town of Taghkanic is partnering with Solstice to help you learn more and sign up at this event. Thanks to the partnership with Solstice, everyone who signs up before April 1, 2024 will receive a $50 gift card, and the town will also receive $50 per sign up to fuel more green projects in the community!

You must bring a recent, complete copy of your electricity bill to sign up at the event. 

To sign up on your own, visit solstice.us/tagh or call (866) 826-1997 and reference our referral code: TAGH.


HEAT PUMPS

Paul Stathis (TRC Companies, NYSERDA Field Ambassador)

The New York State Clean Heat Program offers rebates to lower your bills and stay comfortable year-round with state-of -the-art heating and cooling technology.


Today’s cold-climate heat pumps are a smarter, more efficient option to keep your home comfortable all year long. These all-in-one heating and air conditioning systems are environmentally friendly, extremely efficient, and affordable to operate.

Meet with a NYSERDA participating contractor and discover firsthand why a heat pump is the right choice for you.


Building Energy Efficiency and Affordability

Fiona Hynes & Christina Bohnsack (Capital Region Clean Energy Hub)

The Capital Region Clean Energy Hub connects residents with resources to make their homes more energy efficient. Our community energy advisors provide free, unbiased advice and information on clean energy technologies and programs. We help low-income households navigate assistance and affordability initiatives such as home energy assessments,  NYSERDA’s EmPower+ program, NYS Clean Heat and find additional funding resources for home improvements that may be needed before efficiency projects. We can connect community members with helpful information resources on energy efficiency tax incentives, building science considerations, clean energy job opportunities and more.  

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