Zero Carbon Zero Bills – free talk, free book

We have cut our home’s carbon footprint and energy bills to zero. David Green is doing a 40 minute presentation via Zoom, sponsored by Upper Charles Climate Action (part of 350.MA), on how to do it. It is free. Click below to register. All attendees get a free copy of my book Zero Carbon Home – the brand new 2020 edition. 

Zero Carbon, Zero Bills

A presentation by David Green

Please join us on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7 PM or Saturday, June 20 at 10:00 AM
for a 40 minute Zoom presentation (followed by Q&A) 
on how to reduce your house’s carbon footprint while saving money doing it.

David Green, a local resident, will explain how he retrofitted his 1970s home to achieve net zero emissions while realizing a 15% return on the investment.  As David says, “My zero energy retrofit beats my 401(k)”.  He is the author of Zero Carbon Home and Zero Carbon Pool. David is a physicist by training and has a solid understanding of technologies like solar panels, heat pumps, and low-E, triple-glazed windows.  He also has an MBA from Harvard Business School and spent 20 years as President or CEO of private and public companies.  He has kept detailed records of his heating oil use and his electricity use in order to measure the effect of each improvement made to his home.  His results are based on his own experience rather than generalized claims made by manufacturers or installers. 

David will explain his decisions to use certain technologies and avoid others.  He will focus on both reducing emissions and the financial benefits of the technologies he chose (as well as the reasons he did not choose other available technologies).

Join us to hear about his experiences and how you can reduce your carbon footprint while making money doing it!


Sponsored by Upper Charles Climate Action, a node of 350MA   

Cosponsored by our Sustainability Coordinators, Matt Zettek (Holliston), Dorothea Von Herder and Gino Carlucci (Sherborn) 

To register for this event,  Click Here 
                                            or enter in your browser and search  “Zero Carbon Zero Bills”.