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As part of his ongoing support and commitment to energy efficiency, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker had his very own no-cost Mass Save® home energy assessment performed by HomeWorks Energy.

Governor Charlie Baker called us for a home energy assessment on his home in Swampscott and we happily obliged!

As a Certified Mass Save Home Performance Contractor, HomeWorks Energy helps over 30,000 Massachusetts residents a year save on utility cost, energy usage, and carbon footprint reduction through energy efficient solutions. Like tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents, the Governor took advantage of the many great incentives and rebates offered through the Mass Save Program. The Bakers’ 19th-century, six-bedroom home on the coast of Swampscott was assessed for its energy efficiency and will benefit from the no-cost installation of LED light bulbs, programmable thermostats, targeted air sealing, and more.

If you aren’t familiar with the Mass Save Program or would like to learn more, check out this article: What Is The Mass Save Program?

Governor Baker has overseen huge renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives over the last several years.¹ In fact, Massachusetts has led the nation in energy efficiency for the past seven out of eight years.² Last year alone, HomeWorks Energy contributed to the reduction/saving of 436,911 metric tons of CO2 emissions which is the equivalent of taking 93,557 cars off the road for one year. In other words, that’s enough CO2 emissions to power 47,178 homes for an entire year!³

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[¹] source: http://www.wbur.org/news/2018/01/23/gov-baker-state-of-the-state

[²] source: https://aceee.org/state-policy/scorecard

[³] source: https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator