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    • April 09, 2015
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    • 121 Connecticut Avenue Norwalk


    The Connecticut Green Building Council,

    The B.E.S.T. Program at Norwalk Community College and the

    Mayor's Office Energy and Environment Task Force 


    to celebrate the newly LEED Gold Certified building,

    the New Fire Station,

    at 121 Connecticut Avenue, Norwalk.

    Presentation of project:
    David Pacheco, Principal, Pacheco Ross Architects, Voorheesville, NY
    Peter Etzel, V.P. of Operations, Newfield Construction, Hartford, CT

    Be part of this historic occasion, tour the building,

    network with colleagues, enjoy refreshments.

     Please register to attend HERE.

    Sponsor: City of Norwalk, Office of Emergency Management


    • April 16, 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 188 Richards Avenue Norwalk

    “Making a Dent: Save Money, Save Energy, Best Practices”   

    Part II of the Norwalk Energy & Environment Series 

     Brought to you by CT Green Building Council, B.E.S.T. Program at Norwalk Community College and the Mayor's Energy and Environment Task Force.



     Do you want to save energy, save money and make your home worth more, but you are confused by all the options? Learn the BEST practices for saving energy in your home. Topics covered include the nature of energy, insulation, HVAC systems, windows and doors, what to look for in your attic, solar power, rebates and incentives, etc. Get  the scoop from an independent party, not a salesman!

    This is a two hour course with detailed information you can use to move forward with your home improvement project.


       Kerry O'Neill, Director of Residential Programs, CT Green Bank

       Craig Clark, Program Administrator - Residential Energy Efficiency, Eversource Energy

    Refreshments, Q&A

     Sponsored by                   

    For more information contact Eric Gribin, MS, Building Analyst, G-Pro, CGP,  Director of Building Efficiency and Sustainable Technology Programs at NCC. He chairs NCC CARES, the Committee for Active and Responsible Environmental Sustainability and serves on the Mayor’s Energy & Environmental Task Force for the City of Norwalk.


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