Home Energy Makeover Game

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Paul Zabriskie
Address of Training: 
The Conservation Center
54 Portsmouth Street
Concord, NH 03301
United States

Come show us just how much you know about the Home Performance business.  Each contestant gets their own coded fob and the system keeps track of everyone’s answers.  At the end of the game, the one with the highest score wins.  The faster you correctly answer a question, the more points you get.  It’s challenging and fun with some great prizes. Paul Zabriskie will be the MC for the game.Paul is a leader in the policy and advocacy arenas for energy efficiency and conservation in the state of Vermont. His diverse experience in environmental engineering drives his passion for whole systems solutions to the inefficient use of resources and adoption of renewables. He directs and administers multiple programs and initiatives that reduce energy waste and CO2 emissions while improving the health, safety and durability of homes. At Capstone Community Action he oversees EnergySmart, a social-enterprise home performance contracting service; the organization’s Weatherization Assistance Program providing home efficiency solutions to low-income Vermonters; and 3E Thermal, a multi-family housing energy retrofit service. Paul is also helping to lead the roll out of Zero Energy Now, an innovative home energy improvement program that takes a comprehensive approach to energy use, providing efficiency upgrades, renewable heating (such as heat pumps and biomass) and solar PVs. Paul has a BS in Sustainable Agriculture and Resource Economics from the University of Vermont. He serves on the Vermont Building Energy Labeling Advisory Board, the Building Performance Professionals Association, and Washington County Mental Health Services board of directors.NOTE: There will also be an update the commercial weatherization rebates available from NHEC, Eversource, Liberty Utilities, and Unitil. Refreshments will be served. The Energy Conservatory Model DG-700 calibration service will also be provided at this meeting.  Please bring your gauge with good batteries and get it calibrated.  Calibration is required every two-years.