To date, more than 220 volunteers have been trained and performed thousands of hours of community service to improve the lives of more than 850 families living in affordable housing in Arlington and Alexandria.
“The Energy Masters program is transforming our community one apartment at a time. Our passionate volunteers give their time, sweat, and expertise. Their work immediately reduces the utility bills and greenhouse gas emissions from these homes. And, they help raise the tenants’ energy literacy which empowers even more sustainable action,” says Colleen Morgan, EcoAction Arlington board of directors.
Working through a 25-point checklist, volunteers:
Over the past six years, volunteers have installed:
With estimated savings of more than $250 per year on electricity and water bills for a typical household, residents enjoy …
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Energy Masters provides an equal opportunity to volunteer to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity, disability, sex or age, or other status protected by law.