Mayor Urges Residents to Get Free Energy Audit

On Wednesday, September 6, Mayor Sarno held a press conference at city hall promoting Springfield’s “Strong, Healthy and Just: Climate Action and Resilience Plan”. The city aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050, and the mayor urged residents to take advantage of free home energy audits and financial aid to make their homes more energy efficient.  Check out the Masslive article and News 22 coverage of the press conference.

Get a Free Energy Audit

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The Grinspoon Foundation took thermal images of more than 6,500 homes in Springfield to detect heat leakage.  They will be sending letters to homeowners with information about places in their home where there is energy loss.  Whether not a home was scanned, homeowners can apply for an energy audit. Visit the ener-G-save website or call 413-279-9141 to request your free audit.  After completing the audit, homeowners can access incentives through the utility companies to make improvements.

Energy Audits for Low-Income Customers

If you receive fuel assistance or discounted utilities, contact Springfield Partners for Community Action to request an energy audit and access free weatherization services.