From the Philadelphia History Museum and the Energy Coordinating Agency:
Did you know the first row home in Philadelphia was built in 1691. By 1890 there were over 300,000 row homes in the city. Do you live in one of them?
|Allegheny Ave., c. 1940, Philadelphia History Museum collection
JOIN US FOR AN ENERGY EFFICIENCY WORKSHOP
The Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) presents a workshop on ways to make your home more energy efficient and lower your utility bills.
Wednesday, April 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Philadelphia History Museum
15 South 7th St., Philadelphia, PA 19106
Admission is FREE, RSVP here
Representatives from PGW and PECO will be present to announce new program incentives. Light refreshments will be served.
The Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit working to transform homes and neighborhoods into sustainable, affordable, and healthy environments for almost 30 years.
The exhibition Philadelphia Voices: Reinventing the Row Home for Energy Efficient Living features ECA's work in transforming Philadelphia into a greener city for the future. The exhibition is on view in the Museum's Community History Gallery through April 2013.
For more information and to register, click here.