Yarmouth Energy Committee's Mission
Our modern world depends on energy that has been harnessed by man so much so that energy usage is a critical issue for the economic and environmental health of our communities. Managing energy expenditures and monitoring changes in the energy industry present opportunities that can be used to improve the well-being of the Town of Yarmouth including its government, schools, businesses and residents. The Town’s Energy Committee - being aware of and working to support the Selectmen's annual goals - advises them on energy-related issues and recommends specific initiatives.
Energy Savings Mission
The Town of Yarmouth spends over one million dollars a year for electric power. In order to save the taxpayers money and reduce the environmental impact considerable progress has been made. There are several locations which have solar panels owned by the town and one building with 1200 panels under a PPA agreement. This means that a company installs and maintains the panels with no cost to the town. In return the town receives a reduced electric power rate.
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|Monthly meetings:||First Tuesday, 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Town Hall, Room A.|