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Energy Efficiency and Electrification Projects
Hear from home performance contractors and local government program implementors on building science, energy efficiency, electrification projects, and how those topics relate to home comfort and health.

The webinar will cover home energy efficiency projects from simple measures to more the complex, and which projects are generally more cost effective. You’ll also hear about the rebate programs that can help cover the project cost.

Lastly, we’ll discuss the current trends in home electrification. That conversation will cover: what a heat pump is, how heat pumps can be used in the home, how they perform compared to traditional gas appliances, and why people are making the switch from gas appliances to heat pumps.

This webinar was coordinated by the Marin County Sustainability Team as part of our “Home Sustainability Webinar Series: The Homeowner Journey.” The Energy Efficiency and Electrification Projects webinar will repeat on Saturday, October 2 at 10am. Other topics in the webinar series include “Solar and Battery Storage,” and “Electric Vehicles.” You can sign up for those webinars on our events page (www.marincounty.org/ClimateEvents).

Oct 2, 2021 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jeffery Liang
Program Coordinator @Association of Bay Area Governments/MTC
Jeffery Liang is the Bay Area Regional Energy Network Single Family Program Manager and manages the residential energy efficiency and electrification rebate program for the nine county Bay Area since 2020. Previously, Jeffery helped launch and manage several energy efficiency rebate and financing programs over the past decade in order to bring cost-effective and practical solutions for homeowners and renters in California.
Mark Chhabria
Program Coordinator @Marin County Sustainability Team
Mark Chhabria has been with the Marin County Community Development Agency’s Sustainability Team since 2017. He coordinates the Marin Green Business Program, which recognizes and promotes local environmental leaders in the small- and medium-sized business community. In addition, Mark coordinates Electrify Marin, an innovative incentive program that encourages homeowners to make the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Mark is a Marin County native and holds a Masters degree in Sustainable Enterprise from Dominican University of California.
Tom DiCandia
Home Performance Manager @SDI Insulation