Saturday May 18th at the Willard Elementary School The fair is being organized by Concord’s Sustainability and Energy Committee, and will feature organizations and workshops on several topics, including: Reducing a landscapes CO2 footprint;Creating gardens with drought tolerant native plants;Providing a hospitable environment for pollinators;Protecting water resources; Save the date! For further information about participating, please contact Janet Miller (email@example.com)
Concord’s Municipal Light Plant has been strategically working towards a carbon free power supply, through retiring Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) from renewable projects that CMLP purchases energy from, and purchasing RECs from other projects through a 0.01/kwh energy charge increase. According to the Town Manager’s report (2/25/2019) Concord’s electricity in 2018 was 54% carbon free. A great help for reducing the Town’s carbon footprint!