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The city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has become the first government entity to declare October 5, 2018 as Energy Efficiency Day. Last year, more than 30 cities, counties, and states issued official proclamations recognizing October 5 as Energy Efficiency...
Summer is in full swing and cities across the country are experiencing record-high temperatures. And while it’s sizzling outside, that doesn’t mean your utility bills have to increase as the mercury rises. Here are 5 easy hacks to help you save energy and money while keeping cool this summer.
On the second annual Energy Efficiency Day (#EEDay2017), a broad network of partners across the U.S. joined together to promote the benefits of reducing energy waste: save money, lessen pollution, and create jobs.
Energy Efficiency Day is part of a growing movement among leaders who are publicly declaring their commitment to reducing energy waste.
The goal of Energy Efficiency Day is to showcase the benefits of energy efficiency. You can participate in the third annual Energy Efficiency Day this October 5, 2018 by sharing the social media graphics below and using the hashtag #EEDay2018.