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Energy Advisory Committee
The Energy Advisory Committee (EAC) was formed by the Town Council on October 11, 2011. The EAC was formed in order to advise the Town Council on issues related to energy conservation and efficiency in municipal operations, reduce the Town's spending on electricity, fuel, and heating while decreasing overall greehouse gas emissions, and make Windham residents aware of opportunities to increase residentiail energy efficiency through public education efforts.
- Rocky Ackroyd
- Curt Bartram
- David Foster
- Dave Lavigne
- John Eddy
Windham Energy Plan
The Windham Energy Plan consists of two parts. First, the Energy Plan itself, which includes a summary of the Town's Energy usage with Goals and Priorities and Recommendations. Second, the Energy Inventory, which is a detailed accounting of the Town's energy use and expenditures for 2009. This data is the benchmark from which the Town will measure progress toward implementing the Energy Plan.
Municipal Building Energy Audits
The Energy Advisory Committee is coordinating the work required for energy audits of Town buildings. These "decision grade" audits will allow Town officials to make decisions on energy improvements to facilities that will have the best payback and greatest impacts on electricity and fuel use.
Energy Advisory Committee meetings are held the first (1st) Monday of each month at 6:30 PM in Conference Room 1 at the Town Hall. Meetings are not held on holidays recognized by the Town of Windham.
Energy Advisory Committee members do not have regular office hours. As a result, questions regarding the Committee should be directed to the Planning Department.
[ Agenda_11-05-12.pdf ]
[ Agenda_01-07-13.pdf ]
[ Agenda_12-10-12.pdf ]
[ Agenda_09-05-12.pdf ]
[ Agenda_02-04-13.pdf ]
[ Agenda_03-18-13.pdf ]