Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

Creating a Zero Energy House from a Historic Shell

Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 4pm,

Community Building in Enfield (Rt4 / Main St)
Reception following at the house, 78 Main St, Enfield

The talk is free; rsvp is requested (but not required):

Please join me on Sunday, June 3rd for a presentation call “Creating a Zero Energy Building from a Historic Shell”. This is a presentation on the renovation of the 1858 Leviston House to a fossil fuel, CO2 free home and business (my home and business). Click here for more information: Energy Emporium

Sunny regards,
Kim Quirk

The Enfield Energy Committiee, Village Association, and Historic Commission are sponsoring a presentation entitled “Creating a Zero Energy Building from a Historic Shell”, given by Kimberley Quirk, of Enfield, NH. This is a presentation that describes the goals, implementation and the first year of living in a home that was originally built in 1858 and is making a successful transition to a solar powered, no fossil fuel home and retail space. The building, Leviston House, was the home for the owners of a tannery, which was on the same property and used the water from the Mascoma River as their energy source in the late 1880s.

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