Public Lecture: Extreme Home Energy Efficiency

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Falmouth, Mass. – Inspired by the green architecture of the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)’s Woodwell building and the carbon emissions research that motivated its design, Research Associates Greg Fiske and Jesse Bishop have developed a passion for home energy efficiency. The duo will lead a community lecture in WHRC’s Harbourton auditorium entitled, “Extreme Home Energy Efficiency” on Thursday, September 4 describing simple and advanced techniques that can be employed to reduce home energy consumption. 

Extreme Home Efficiency: producing, conserving, and monitoring energy on a budget. Photo Credit: Greg Fiske.

Greg Fiske is a geographer who manages the Geographic and Information Systems activities of WHRC.  Jesse Bishop works with GIS and remote sensing data to assess forest ecosystems for WHRC.

The lecture will take place at 5:30 in WHRC’s Harbourton Auditorium, 149 Woods Hole Road, Falmouth, MA.  There is no charge and the public is invited to attend.  Parking and seating are limited, however, and reservations are recommended.  To reserve call 508-444-1517.


WHRC is an independent research institute where scientists collaborate to examine the drivers and impacts of climate change and identify opportunities for conservation around the globe.

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