We are so excited to announce the kickoff of Codman Square $aves Energy! We are partnering with the Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (CSNDC) as well as local houses of worships and businesses to connect Codman Square and Dorchester residents like yourselves to great no-cost home energy efficiency programs that can help lower your utility bill. Plus, it is a great way to make your neighborhood more energy efficient, which is definitely something you can brag about!
Catch up with us at local Dorchester events like the Family Fun Night in Elmhurst Park, at the Codman Square and Upham’s Corner Farmers Markets, and Beach Day at Malibu Beach, Boston! Follow us on Twitter @allinenergy for daily updates and for more information on where we’ll be.
Check out the map below of all of your neighbors who have already begun saving by completing a no-cost home energy assessment (also featured on our Codman Square $aves Energy page).
At the assessment they received installation at no cost of LED light bulbs to replace incandescents, programmable thermostats, advanced powerstrips, and more.
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Already completed an assessment? Share your success story with #Codman$aves
As we continue to go out into the community to share the energy savings experience, we thought we’d share some of our own personal stories, too, by introducing you to our summer team members, Kelly, Pedro, and Kim. Each joined the All In Energy team this summer to help bring energy efficiency programs to Boston communities and begin to build a platform to diversify the clean energy workforce. Their stories are below, but they are only part of the bigger picture, so comment below to share your stories or tell us about your home energy savings with the hashtag #Codman$aves! We would love to get to know you better, too. (To hear from our co-founders click here)
Click here for more about our co-founders, Gabe and Rouwenna!
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Who is All In Energy?, you might ask. We are a non-profit organization with a mission to accelerate an inclusive transition to a clean energy economy.
What does that even mean? Basically, it means that we are all in on helping to build an economy that is both energy efficient and powered by renewable energy in a way that benefits everyone. We’re working to make sure everyone has access to government and utility energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives so that all families can take action to improve the comfort, affordability, and sustainability of their homes. (Click here for the research behind our work)
It’s a big task, so we’re starting right at home, connecting underserved communities of Boston (historically communities with high rates of renters, low-to-moderate income households, people who speak languages other than English, and people of color) to energy efficiency programs that save families money and increase the comfort of their homes. As they reduce energy use, these programs also cut carbon emissions which helps to slow climate change. (More about a no-cost home energy assessment)
Moving forward, we will be launching a training program to bring residents from the same communities that we serve into clean energy careers, growing a multiracial, multilingual workforce that better represents and better serves our state. (More about our mission)
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