Save the date!

Energy Savings Fair
at Lexington High School


251 Waltham St., Lexington, MA 02421

Directions to Lexington High School


October 25
9AM to 3PM

  • Save on your energy bills while you help the environment.



  • Experienced vendors and other organizations will provide you
    with the information and contacts you need
    to take immediate action.

  • Practical Solutions for Home and Business
  • - Home and building insulation

    - Energy efficient heating systems: Conventional and geothermal

    - Water heating systems: Solar and instantaneous

    - Solar photovoltaic systems

    - Indoor and outdoor lighting

    - New Construction

    - Information and services: Tax and utility rebates, Home energy audits, Do-it-yourself guides
    ...and much more




  • Tours of the new Lexington High School solar panels.



  • Door Prizes, generously donated by
    The Higgins Group Realtors of Lexington
    will be awarded.






  • Exhibitors include:

  • Interested exhibitors should email Jim Williams, jim2046@gmail.com

    AAmerican Geothermal Heating & Cooling Co.
    A&A Services, Inc
    All-in-One and Moore Building Systems
    Back Pages Books
    Bay State Energy Solutions
    Bedford Global Warming Action Coalition
    Boehm Architecture
    Borrego Solar
    Boston Green Building
    Boston Green Realty
    Carlisle Climate Action (mghanauer@yahoo.com)
    Clean Power Now
    Climate Technologies
    Dr. Warm
    Eco-Bridge Waste Watchers
    Energy All Stars
    FHI Windows
    FPP/TheWeatherstrip
    Global Warming Education Network
    Green Interiors of Concord

    Hughes Energy
    Journey's End
    KW Management
    Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition
    LIFE Lexington Interfaith Environmental (marksandeen@gmail.com)
    Mass Biofuel
    Mass Energy
    Massachusetts Climate Action Network
    National Grid (Keyspan)
    New England Breeze
    Nexamp
    Next Step Living
    O'Neil Fine Builders
    Quad Cycles
    Sirois Electric
    Solar Works
    US EPA
    Water Furnace
    Window Woman of New England





  • Speakers in LHS Science Lecture Hall




  • 10:00 AM

    Mark Durrenberger, New England Breeze

    "Wind Energy in Massachusetts: The basics of wind energy including site evaluation, permitting, zoning, installation, and economics including grants, tax benefits, and net metering"






    11:00 AM

    Gray Watson, Lexington Resident

    "Performance and Economics of a Lexington Solar House"





    12 Noon

    Todd Cataldo, Sheldon Corporation

    "Building Energy Star Rated Homes"





    1:00 PM

    Mark Weissflog, KW Management Corporation

    "Renewable Energy systems in Lexington:
    The integration of solar electric, and solar hot water systems in homes and businesses in Lexington"





    2:00 PM

    Anne Kelly, Ceres

    "The Still Inconvenient Truth of Climate Change: Solutions for the Home, the Marketplace and the US"









  • Come meet State Representative Jay Kaufman
  • Offer your thoughts on what state government can and should do
    to encourage conservation and to help homeowners and businesses
    with skyrocketing energy costs.

    11:30am - 12:30pm







  • Refreshments available all day at the Fair
  • The Greenest Bean Coffee

    Philip Francis, "Lefty's Silver Cart" Grilled all natural sandwiches

    Giovanna Gelato, locally made gelato and sorbet







    Sponsored by
    the Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition and
    the Lexington Climate Action Committee


    Supported by a grant from


    Partners for this event include the Mass Climate Action Network, and the Lexington Climate Action Plan Committee.