Energy workshop Saturday
Alliant Energy’s Hometown Rewards is offering a free educational workshop from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at the Fairfield Public Library.
Every year, the average American home loses $150 worth of energy through inefficient appliances, lack of insulation or drafty windows or doors. Learn how to make a home, business or farm more energy efficient with the Jefferson County Energy Rewards Loan Program, Alliant Energy rebates, tax credits, and other local financing options.
Just in time for tax season, representatives from Fairfield Economic Development Association, First National Bank in Fairfield, Ideal Energy and TD&T Financial Group will share strategies for financing energy projects. Bring questions or just come and explore options.
Alliant Energy’s Hometown Rewards program in Fairfield is offering free educational workshops through August at the Fairfield Public Library. The workshops are a partnership between the city of Fairfield, Alliant Energy and the Fairfield Public Library, and will provide practical information about how residents of Fairfield can change their behaviors to save energy and money, conserve resources and reduce their carbon footprint.
The Saturday workshop series are a partnership between the city of Fairfield, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Alliant Energy, the Fairfield Public Library and others. The workshops provide practical information about how residents of Fairfield can change their behaviors to save energy and money, conserve resources and reduce their carbon footprint. If the community meets the goals of the program, Alliant Energy will help fund the installation of solar panels on the Fairfield Public Library.