Residents are encouraged to speak with Abode’s Clean Heating & Cooling Specialist by scheduling a conversation on the Specialist’s calendar at cambridgecleanheat.com. Residents may also be eligible for limited-time MassCEC incentives, available until this June. For more information on the program and the technologies being promoted, we invite residents to join an informational webinar hosted by representatives from the City of Cambridge and Abode Energy Management on May 26 at 7:00 pm. Register for the webinar at cambridgecleanheat.com.
A Cambridge resident had this to say about their experience working with Abode’s Clean Heating & Cooling Specialist, Mike Simons: “Trying to convert our house to clean energy was quite an undertaking. We installed solar panels, solar hot water systems, electric ducted heat/cooling pumps, insulation and updated our electric supply. Mike’s guidance was invaluable. His understanding and knowledge made the process much easier. I can’t say enough about how helpful Mike has been. Understanding the overall process and all the components that are required are critical to a successful outcome.”
For contractors working in Cambridge, up to (6) hours of MA CSL continuing education credits (CEUs) are available through this program, subsidized by the City of Cambridge. These courses will help contractors get familiar with current technology solutions and their applications. Courses can be accessed at cambridgecleanheat.com. Contractors are also encouraged to reach out to the Clean Heating & Cooling Specialist for an introductory call or for general support on renovation and HVAC projects in Cambridge.
The City of Cambridge and Abode are excited to be offering this program and look forward to helping achieve the City’s Net Zero goals.