The same award-winning program that has served our community by reducing energy consumption and utility expenses while providing conservation education will now be assisting community housing and recovery residences in achieving these goals. This includes homes for individuals living with disabilities or mental illness, those recovering from addiction, and other populations. Energy Masters is managed through a partnership of EcoAction Arlington, the Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, and the Virginia Cooperative Extension.
Energy Masters volunteers will receive specialized training in order to provide in-home upgrades and conservation education to community housing partners throughout the counties of Arlington and Fairfax, and the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church. If you are interested in volunteering for an Energy Masters Community Housing workday, you can sign up here!
We are actively seeking partners interested in hosting an Energy Masters workday or educational workshop for their residents or staff. If you are interested in partnering or would like to know more about the expanded Energy Masters program, please fill out this quick form!