Sustainable Princeton and Ciel Power Kickoff the EnergySmart Homes Campaign at the Princeton Municipal Complex in Princeton New Jersey

Ciel Power joined in the excitement as Sustainable Princeton, a nonprofit organization focused on practical solutions to reduce energy use and waste, launched its EnergySmart Homes Campaign at a press conference held in the Community Room of the Princeton Municipal Complex.  

Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, Matt Wasserman, Chairperson of Sustainable Princeton, Kristin Appelget, Director of Community and Regional Affairs for Princeton University, and Randal Solomon, Co-Director of Sustainable Jersey, discussed the EnergySmart Homes campaign along with other initiatives that will help further Princeton's goal of achieving Silver Certification with Sustainable Jersey.

The Campaign kicks off with Ciel Power offering home energy assessments at a discounted price of $49 with a goal of assessing at least 100 homes.   Homeowners who sign up can qualify for up to $5,000 in rebates and $10,000 in zero interest financing through the New Jersey Home Performance with Energy Star Program.

With support from Princeton University, the next phase of the campaign will feature two panel discussions with local home energy experts and the creation of a video series about the benefits and ‘how to’s’ of home energy improvements that will be aired during Princeton Public Library’s Environmental Film Festival in February 2014.

To schedule a Home Energy Audit, Princeton residents can visit  Homeowners residing outside of Princeton can schedule a Home Energy Audit at