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On October 2, 2019 a growing network of advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities and others will showcase the benefits of efficiency during the fourth annual Energy Efficiency Day.

 

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DOE proposal to change how it sets #energyefficiency standards creates new hurdles, advocates say: https://t.co/s0DYZi9Jt3

2020 #lightbulb standards would have saved consumers billions of dollars per year and 140 billion kilowatt-hours in #energy waste — the equivalent to the output of 45 coal-fired power plants — in 2025: https://t.co/FSvqkAdZHW … via @washingtonpost

The average heating bill for #Americans is $1,500 year, here's how you can save: https://t.co/1Tbftxh0Rl … via @RealSimple #energyefficiency

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