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    Sunday Dec 1, 2019 - Friday Jan 31, 2020
    The Salem Chamber of Commerce is hosting its fourth Salem Sampler Raffle - a month jam-packed full of prizes! With the help of more than 50 different organizations, we are proud to showcase over $10,000 in prizes donated by Salem Chamber of Commerce member businesses and organizations that YOU could win! The Grand Prize will be drawn on January 23. ... read more
    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Monday Dec 9, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community
    Monday Dec 9, 2019
    Solarize Mass Plus, a partnership between the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) and local communities, encourages the adoption of renewable energy technologies and reduces the overall cost of these technologies in municipalities across the state. Home and business owners can save as much as 21% on average on solar photovoltaic (PV) pricing compared to the statewide average. The City of Salem has partnered with the Towns of Swampscott and Nahant to launch a joint campaign (“Solarize North Shore”) to promote and facilitate the implementation of solar PV panels (A.K.A. solar panels), solar hot water systems, and air source heat pumps (A.K.A. mini-splits) throughout the three communities. The collective goal is to raise awareness about the various benefits that they offer and increase their adoption. “A great feature of the Solarize North Shore campaign is its additional grant support to promote these opportunities to low- and moderate-income homeowners,” says Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll. “It’s important that all members of our community have equal access to these technologies. Together, we can create a cleaner and greener city for all.” After an extensive vetting and interview process, the Solarize North Shore team has chosen the following installers, each offering a different technology: Solar Panels: Boston Solar Air Source Heat Pumps: New England Ductless Solar Hot Water: New England Solar Hot Water (NESHW) In order to address a wide range of questions regarding the program itself, the green technologies, the installers, as well as the rebates and incentives, multiple public information events will be held to give home and business owners a chance to meet the team and get their questions answered. ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
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