Cambridge Clean heating and Cooling Public Workshop


Citywide Senior Center
806 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139

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  • City Wide


Meghan Shaw


The City of Cambridge is launching a new initiative to make it easy for residents to transition to cleaner heating and cooling technologies. Air source heat pumps, often called minisplits, and solar hot water are an efficient and cost-effective way to make your home comfortable year-round. In addition to helping residents save money on energy costs, air source heat pumps contribute to decreasing the city's carbon footprint. The City is working with EnergySage to help residents request, receive, and compare air source heat pump and/or solar hot water quotes from local, reputable contractors. An Energy Advisor will be available to provide independent support every step of the way.

Come learn more about the technologies and this program, and get your questions answered, at our community workshop! To register for the workshop, click here. 

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