Energy Advisory Committee
LED Streetlight ConversionQ&A 7/24/2017
Professional Services RFQ
RFQ Issued - Friday June, 30, 2017
Pre-bid Meeting - Wednesday July 12, 2017 CANCELLED
Submission Deadline - Due by Friday, July 28, 2017
- RealTerm Energy Proposal
- Tanko Lighting Proposal
Selected Consultant - RealTerm Energy
The Town is currently working with CMP to purchase existing streetlights and installation is expected in the winter of 2019/2020.
About the Energy Advisory Committee
The Energy Advisory Committee is a seven member volunteer committee. Members of the Committee are appointed by the Town Council to three-year terms.
The purpose of the Energy Advisory Committee (EAC) is to: advise the Town Council on issues related to energy conservation and efficiency in municipal operations; reduce the town's spending on electricity, fuel, and heating while decreasing overall greenhouse gas emissions; and make Windham residents aware of opportunities to increase residential energy efficiency through public education efforts.
Energy Committee meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at 6:30 pm in Conference Room 2 at the Windham Town Hall. If the Monday is a holiday recognized by the Town of Windham, there will be no meeting.
The Energy Committee currently has no meeting scheduled and has not convened since August 2016.
Mark Morrison, Council Liaison (non-voting member)
David Foster Term: August 2024
Nathan Glaude Term: August 2024
The Energy PlanThe Windham Energy Plan consists of two parts. First, the Energy Plan itself, which includes a summary of the town's energy usage with goals, priorities, and recommendations. Second, the energy inventory, which is a detailed accounting of the town's energy use and expenditures for 2009. This data is the benchmark from which the town will measure progress toward implementing the energy plan.
Town Energy Plan, Adopted July 2010
Town Energy Inventory - 2009
Municipal Building Energy Audits
The Energy Advisory Committee is coordinating the work required for energy audits of town buildings. These "decision grade" audits will allow town officials to make decisions on energy improvements to facilities that will have the best payback and greatest impacts on electricity and fuel use.
Library Energy Audit - March 2011
Town Office Energy Audit - October 2011
Public Safety Building Energy Audit - November 28, 2011
North Fire Station Energy Audit - January 30, 2012
East Windham Fire Station Solar Installation
156 solar panels were installed on the East Windham Fire Station on Falmouth Road in October 2013. The goal of the 40kW photovoltaic power project is to generate enough power to offset electricity used at this station and the North Windham Fire Station. Monitor the performance of the system online.