Next Sustainable Stow talk looks at energy-efficient homes

Did you know Stow homes are responsible for a third of the town’s total greenhouse gas emissions? To shrink our town-wide carbon footprint Stow it’s important to build housing with excellent insulation and with heating, hot water, and cooking systems not dependent on fossil fuel.

This month Sustainable Stow’s speaker series visits a new housing development in nearby Devens with Dan Gainsboro of New Communities LLC and Neil Angus, Devens’ environmental planner. This development features all-electric homes with heat pumps for heating and cooling and induction cooktops in the kitchen.

Stow TV came along so come see what’s new in energy-efficient construction and have Dan and Neil answer your questions about electric heating, cooling and cooking at Sustainable Stow’s next program. Even if you’re not thinking of moving you’ll learn about upgrading your home to stay comfortable and save money.

The Randall Library hosts this talk on Zoom on Wednesday, October 27 at 7PM. Register and get a link at https://tinyurl.com/rhbk9hrv. You can also send an email to Randall Library by Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 27 to register and get a zoom link.

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