BetterBuildings, a program of the Department of Energy, provided the funding for Seattle’s multi-sector energy efficiency program, Community Power Works. CPW was recently featured in a BetterBuildings case study to highlight the great work Seattle has done so far to launch the program and engage a wide variety of partners in the work.
Reduce your energy use – which reduces your carbon footprint – by upgrading to energy-efficient appliances.
Seattle City light offers rebates to help.
Join your central and southeast Seattle neighbors and the City of Seattle at South Shore School on May 3, 2011. The event will feature:
- Food and children’s activities
- Free advice from our Energy Experts
- Sign up for an Energy Assessment
- Meet our certified contractors
- Learn about special rebates and incentives from our partners at Seattle City Light and Puget Sound Energy
Find out details on the Community Power Works Loan program. Plus, learn how you could earn money for your local neighborhood nonprofit organization by helping spread the word about Community Power Works.
More information about the program and event at www.communitypowerworks.org.
The Community Power Works for Home program launched on Tuesday, April 19 at the home of a Genesee Park couple who are early participants in the program. Mayor Mike McGinn chose Earth Week to launch Community Power Works for Home, a neighborhood program that will create good, green jobs and help Seattle residents make energy-saving improvements to their homes. The full press release on the event can be found here.