Energy & Environment Advisory Committee
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the second floor conference room of City Hall.
The City of Concord, New Hampshire is pleased to announce the launch of Weatherize Concord, a campaign to increase the number of Concord homes and businesses that undertake weatherization and energy efficiency upgrades. The campaign has been organized by the Concord Energy and Environment Advisory Committee, with support from Unitil and Liberty.
Improving building energy efficiency is a crucial step towards accomplishing our city's renewable energy and emissions reduction goals, including our 100% Renewable Energy Goal and the Climate Mayors Agreement. Weatherization and energy efficiency upgrades are subsidized and provide direct benefits to the building owners and renters by reducing annual energy spending by an average of at least 20%. These upgrades also improve building comfort, safety and health.
To learn more about the initiative, we invite members of the public to attend the Weatherize Concord Launch Event by zoom (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82610777705) on March 16, 2021 at 11am.
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Related Committee Documents
Submit feedback/comments on the 100% Renewable Energy Goal Strategic Plan HERE.
- Nicholas Babladelis
- W. Carl Cooley
- Dorothy Currier
- Sam Durfee, Staff Representative
- Gerald Eaton
- Jessica Forrest
- Jennifer Galbraith
- Henry Herndon
- Robert Werner, Council Representative, Chair
- Chuck Willing
- Vacancy, Council Representative
The Energy & Environment Advisory Committee recommends best practices in the areas of municipal buildings, facilities and operations; fuels, vehicles, and transportation; food; responsible purchasing; housing; energy sources; air quality; and climate change. They identify policies that the city has already adopted; identifies and recommends voluntary actions, projects and programs to the citizens of Concord; develops a climate action plan; and recommends actions, projects and programs to the City Council for funding.
For information regarding the committee, contact City Councilor Rob Werner.