October 6, 2021, is Energy Efficiency Day
But efficiency is year-round.
Save Money. Cut Pollution. Create Jobs.
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The Latest News
Decades of research show an energy efficient home is more likely to be a healthier home and a safer home in terms of “passive survivability”— a building’s ability to maintain critical conditions in the event of extended loss of power, heating fuel, or water…
Summer promises beach days, barbeques, banana splits, and … bigger energy bills. Huh? As temperatures rise, monthly energy bills tend to follow as we crank up the AC. But you can choose among energy-efficient behaviors, technologies, and programs…
Many of the appliances and equipment in your home is seriously outdated technology. Some standards, such as furnace standards, haven’t been meaningfully updated since 1987-when Cheers was a top-rated TV show and Ronald Reagan was president.