On ‘Energy This Week,’ Paul Adler of SolarBeam discusses the costs and benefits of thermal solar power for commercial and residential use, and Brogan Kusske and Josh Leet of Energy Monster share affordable ways to reduce home-energy bills
Listen – Wednesday, November 7 at 1:00 p.m. (ET) on WCRN 830 AM & in streaming audio at WCRNradio.com
Energy This Week co-hosts Vincent DeVito and Chris Noonan interview Paul Adler, owner and operator of Southern New England Solar, the exclusive distributor of SolarBeam in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, about the costs and benefits of thermal solar power for commercial and residential use. They also interview Brogan Kusske and Josh Leet, co-founders of Energy Monster, about affordable ways to reduce home-energy bills.Tune in this Wednesday, November 7 at 1:00 p.m. (ET) on WCRN 830 AM and in streaming audio at WCRNradio.com. By this Thursday, November 1, the one-hour episode will be available 24/7 in MP3 format on the Institute for Energy and Sustainability website.
In these audio highlights, Paul Adler of SolarBeam (shown, center) talks about the relatively high efficiency of his company’s thermal-solar system due to its two-axis tracking, and Brogan Kusske and Josh Leet talk about how to know whether your home needs an energy audit.
“Energy This Week” is a weekly, one-hour show that is broadcast on WCRN 830 AM News & Talkradio and simulcast at WCRNradio.com. WCRN serves Worcester, Boston and MetroWest with a 50,000-watt, 24/7 signal that reaches all of Southern New England.
“Energy This Week” is hosted by IES Executive Director and Bowditch & Dewey, LLP Partner Vincent DeVito (shown, far left) and IES Senior Program Advisor Chris Noonan (shown, far right). The insightful, informative program will focus on what’s being done to attract clean-energy technology and renewable-energy companies to Central New England and to build on the region’s assets and reputation as an incubator of innovation.
The proud sponsor of “Energy This Week” is Energy Monster, which is based in Worcester and owned and operated by Brogan Kusske and Josh Leet. Energy Monster promotes itself as “your local, green expert when it comes to improving a home´s energy efficiency and comfort.” Energy Monster helps homeowners by offering leading-edge, home-performance solutions that save energy, lower utility bills and lead to a more comfortable home.
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