“Button Up: Tips to Save Money & Energy”
presented by SEAREI (Seacost Area Renewable Energy Initiative)
A Maine family spends at least $2,200 per year on utility bills (electricity .The Bad News: a home with leaky windows, poor insulation, old appliances, or inefficient lighting and heating/cooling systems increases that cost and wastes money. The Good News: there are low-cost, do-it-yourself actions you can take to start saving money and energy today!
Join Ann Bliss and John Branagan of Seacoast Area Renewable Energy Initiative (SEAREI) and members of your community to learn and discuss how you can commit to saving money and creating a more comfortable home and a sustainable planet in 2019!
Ann Bliss is a psychologist in her day job, running a private practice and guest lecturing with the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at UNH.
John [JB] Branagan has crafted a career in energy efficiency after decades of working in the “Outdoor Industry”. He is currently at Affinity LED Lighting specializing in LED lighting solutions for municipalities and commercial business customers. John has also become active in energy related policy in ME and NH, having testified before the NH Senate and PUC as well as organizing dozens of Maine communities to submit position papers to the ME PUC regarding Streetlighting. He is an advocate for renewable energy and ‘green’ practices professionally and personally and actively involved in the South Berwick community. He Proudly serves on the Mt Agamenticus Steering Committee representing the Town Of South Berwick. He lives here in town with his wife, son, once good dog, and one bad dog.