Since our creation, we have expanded the vision of Senior Master Sgt. William “Buddy” Tolliver and the Special Study Group to encourage economic growth, workforce development in smart growth communities and investment in renewable energy and Hemp products.
Moving forward our mission will be to place our participants in training programs creating an atmosphere of learning and a hands-on approach to business development in any number of our renewable energy and transportation programs.
Our organization works with industry venders to identify people who qualify for a variety of benefits and other green solutions. No matter who you are we have a program for you.
If you are a resident of Massachusetts and live in a 1-4 unit home and are looking to save on your energy bills or participate in a Social Equity Program there is a solution for you.
RECON strives to ensure that every household in the state receive energy services and an energy evaluation of there building’s integrity so we can identify any deficiencies that may result in health and safety hazards that could jeopardize the long-term viability of the property over time.
1. Preparation, scheduling, and tenant notification (prior to visit)
2. Interviews of owners and managers
3. Safety and code observations
4. Visual inspections (ALM) and diagnostic testing to evaluate the efficiency and condition of the building envelope and your Furnace ,boiler and water heating systems
- LED lighting Exchange 80%
- Weatherization Program 70%
- Renewable Retrofits 90%
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of clients do you work with?
RECON offers a free of service energy audit and LED lighting replacement for income eligible persons and others that include renters and home owners who are also entitled to apply into our referral’s program to reduce their Carbon Footprint while providing training and opportunities.
Energy efficiency services provided at no-cost through this program may include:
Electric Motor Vehicles
Window AC Units
LED Light Bulbs
No-cost replacement of an existing boiler or furnace may be possible if the existing heating system is determined to be inefficient and eligible for replacement.
If you are receiving assistance from a CAP program you may also be eligible to receive the Utility Discount Rate and the efficiency services described above for free: Backers of these programs may include Columbia Gas, National Grid and Eversource.
What should I expect?
Mandatory Combustion Appliance Safety Test
In any sampled unit with combustion appliances a Combustion Appliance Safety Test will be conducted by our certified Building Performance Institute (BPI) Professionals. Deficiencies will be reported to the owner or owner’s representative in any failed tested system. The owner will be responsible to arrange for corrections of any failed tested system. If there are no combustion appliances in the dwelling units and it is determined that the testing is unnecessary a statement confirming this fact will be included in the report.
Duct Leakage Test
Duct leakage tests may be conducted for all systems that have an adequate amount of supply or return air duct in unconditioned space. For the purposes of the duct test requirements ducts located in the space between two conditioned floors shall be within conditioned space. The system leakage must be corrected per the BPI standards protocols and leakage targets for existing buildings, additions, and alterations.
Measures claimed for performance compliance in the ACM software (estimate of energy savings) are based on demonstrated potentials to achieve quantifiable electricity or gas (kWh, kW or therm) savings. The Panel install will reduce energy used potentially for space heating, space cooling, HVAC systems, domestic hot water systems, pumps, fans, appliances, and lighting.
Do you have an affiliate program?
Our signature program builds upon community development and the concerns of our constituent’s apprehensions about active shooter scenarios that are presently affecting our cities, towns and public schools. The vital issue of protecting students in schools from the threat of active shooters is something we must do everything in our power to help resolve.
Relevant Energy Concepts (RECON) played a pivotal role in the formation of the Massachusetts Affinity Group (MAG). The group consisted of 13 local leaders and professional businessmen and women who formed this partnership on behalf of Veterans, MGM Springfield and Boots To Business.
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Weatherization Assistance Programs
LED Lighting Exchange