Sustainable Marblehead, UU Church to educate public on ways to save energy, money

As winter approaches, please join Sustainable Marblehead and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead on Sunday, Nov. 13, at 3 p.m. for a Meetinghouse Series program on ways to save energy and reduce your home energy costs. This will be conducted both in person at the Unitarian Church at 28 Mugford St. and on Zoom ( ). The program is free and open to all. 

Marblehead Light Commissioner Lisa Wolf and Mark Adam the winter – while also reducing your home’s carbon emissions.  

The program will be moderated by Sustainable Marblehead Board Member Lynn Bryant, and there will be ample opportunity to ask questions at the end.

Wolf will describe how to reduce your energy costs by shifting your electricity use to off-peak hours. This is an immediate step you can take that involves no out-of-pocket costs and can significantly reduce energy costs while reducing carbon emissions. 

Mark Adams will follow with a presentation on how home and property owners can reduce their energy bills and carbon output by upgrading their properties with improved weatherization, electrified heating and cooling, and rooftop solar. He will describe how to get started on these home upgrades as well as state and federal incentive programs that are now available to reduce installation costs.

Go to or for more information about the program. For questions, please contact Louise Yarmoff at Sustainable Marblehead ( or Frank Kashner at the Unitarian Church (  

About Sustainable Marblehead: Sustainable Marblehead is a community organization working to reduce waste and pollution and achieve net zero carbon emissions. Our vision is a vibrant and engaged community actively addressing the climate crisis to ensure our town and planet are habitable and safe for future generations. Visit for more information. 

About the Meetinghouse Series: The Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead’s Social Action Committee offers its Meetinghouse Series of open community forums to explore the social justice implications of current issues.


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