Emily Edmunds & Home Sustainability

From Cornell Cooperative Extension, Emily Edmunds is here to talk about how to help make homes more energy efficient with better insulation and money saving opportunities. Here at the Belmont Library on Thursday April 11th from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Come with questions or just to learn.

Are you interested in information about how to make your home more energy efficient? Join us at the Belmont Free Library on April 11th at 9:30 AM for an informational session with Emily Edmunds, a Sustainability Campaign Educator with CCE-Cattaraugus. Emily Edmunds works with residents in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Allegany County. As an Educator she works with people to help them become more sustainable, reduce their energy costs, and improve their home to be more energy efficient which in turn improves their health, comfort, and safety. She can provide information to help residents find the right programs to weatherize and insulate their homes, install efficient heating and cooling equipment, save on energy costs, or talk about solar energy. Emily also can provide information or assistance to free or reduced cost energy assessments, installation services, low-cost financing, and programs.

To help New Yorkers access and navigate the growing clean energy economy, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has created Regional Clean Energy Hubs. The Clean Energy Hubs connect people to the clean energy economy. The Western New York Regional Clean Hub is a team of trusted, knowledgeable, community-based organizations in and from your region of the state. They have experience with clean energy, energy efficiency, workforce and economic development, energy literacy and weatherization. Contact Emily Edmunds at sustainableswny@cornell.edu or 716-699-2377 Ext. 106 if you have any questions.

About Curtis Decker

Happy to be here and to open the library to all in need. I love talking about stories, drawing, farming, and hiking. Come in for books, conversations, and to share in the atmosphere of our historic small town library. A magical place of stories and wonder.
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