Community Energy Challange

Every year someone from sustainable connections contacts the neighborhoods introducing themselves, to see if we would like to be more energy efficient. If this sounds good to you follow the link below. If you want them to come to an ENA meeting let me know.

Save energy. Get comfy. Save money.

Did you know there is a local program that is helping your neighbors save energy and money while making their living spaces more comfortable, increasing the value of their homes, and reducing pollution in our community? It’s called the Community Energy Challenge (CEC), and the CEC can help you save energy and money at home.

A collaboration of local non-profits Sustainable Connections and the Opportunity Council, the Community Energy Challenge provides homes and small businesses throughout Whatcom County with information, technical expertise, financial assistance, and quality assurance to help them cut back energy use. Participants receive a low-cost energy assessment and personalized recommendations for cost-effective ways to save energy, including weatherization, insulation, and appliance upgrades. The CEC provides expert guidance at every step, and can help participants access exclusive financial incentives, rebates, and low-interest loans. On average, participating homes are saving $479 on their energy bills per year!

To learn more about the Community Energy Challenge or to sign up your home or business for an energy assessment, visit or call (360)676-6099.

Emily Kubiak
Energy Program Assistant
Sustainable Connections
360-647-7093 x113

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