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Clean Energy 1st Step — LED Lightbulbs

One simple, fast, and affordable way to have a positive impact on the environment — and save money — is to change our incandescent lightbulbs to LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes). With incandescent lightbulbs, 90% of the energy produces HEAT, not visible light. That’s why we burn our hands when we touch...

National Weather Service Report

Scientists have long predicted that increased Greenhouse Gasconcentrations would fuel more frequent and intense extreme weatherevents. The National Weather Service has reported that 2020 is a record year. There were 30 named storms (top winds of 39 mph or greater); 13 became hurricanes (top winds...

Quick Guide to LED Lights

Choose Energy Star-qualified LEDs Read the Label o A Lighting Facts label shows brightness, light color, energy use, estimated energy costs, and expected life. o “Lumens” are the measure of the amount of light. A 60-watt incandescent bulb is 800 lumens. Go with a major manufacturer: o Philips o...

Top 18 Energy $aving Tips

1. Choose Energy Star appliances and windows whenever possible to increase energy efficiency and save you money without compromising performance. 2. Manage your thermostat wisely. Turn your thermostat up during the summer/ down during the winter when you’re out of the house, when you’re on...

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