Winchester’s WinSAVES Home Energy Program Ending Soon


Have you signed up for the WinSAVES2016 home energy audit? It’s not too late to start saving on energy costs. WinSaves2016 is a partnership between the Town of Winchester, National Grid, and HomeWorks Energy that encourages residents to save energy in their homes through the Mass Save program.

Energy Manager Susan McPhee along with several community organizations will be working with home performance contractor HomeWorks Energy to connect Winchester residents to no-cost home energy assessments, rebates, and incentives through state energy efficiency programs. WinSaves2016 is a collaboration between the town of Winchester, Cool Winchester, HomeWorks Energy, and National Grid to increase energy efficiency in Winchester.

The town’s goal is to complete 405 no-cost home energy assessments in 2016. If Winchester residents reach the WinSaves2016 goal, residents who took action will collectively save at least $38,000 in energy costs, while the town of Winchester will earn up to $29,900 from National Grid for community projects.
Senior Green Energy Grants. After completing an assessment, seniors can access additional incentives up to $800 through Senior Green Energy Grants to help them complete energy-efficient projects in their home.

EcolibriumTV – Net Positive Energy House & WinSaves Program from EcolibriumTV on Vimeo.

Watch this locally produced show by EcolibriumTV and listen to Winchester neighbors talk about their home energy audit.
Find out more or sign up for the WinSAVES2016 Program