Energize For the Prize!Save Energy, Get Rebates and Earn Money for Alameda County Schools
Is your house wasting your money? Is it drafty on cold, rainy days or stifling on hot summer days? Most homes in Alameda County are leaking energy -- and the heating and cooling costs can add up for homeowners.
If you're planning to put in a new furnace or add insulation, or just wondering how to make your home more energy efficient, check out Energy Upgrade California. It's a new statewide program that offers homeowners rebates of up to $4,000 for doing energy-saving work on their homes. StopWaste.Org, the recycling and waste management authority for Alameda County, leads the program in Alameda County, helping homeowners pay for one-time home improvements that pay off over the long-term in increased comfort, energy savings and enhanced home value.
Even better, Energy Upgrade California just launched a new fundraiser for schools called Energize for the Prize. When you sign up for a home energy upgrade, Energy Upgrade California will award the Alameda County school of your choice $100 - just for you participating in the program! Plus, the school that signs up the most households between now and April will earn an additional $5,000.
Learn More: To learn more about the school fundraising program, including how to sign up your local school, visit www.energizefortheprize.org.
Attend an Energy Upgrade Forum in Alameda County: http://www.energyupgradealamedacounty.eventbrite.com/
Questions? Contact Lou Riordan at email@example.com or 510-891-6553.