Energy Efficiency Day 2018: Simple tips to help energy provider save their customers money (and the environment)
- Oct 2, 2018 10:33 am GMT
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While great strides have been made by many energy providers to minimize environmental costs, there is still a long way to go, especially with President Trump pulling out of the Paris Agreement. Fortunately, there are still a handful of simple things that anyone can do to cut down the power bill. As part of an initiative by Energy Efficiency Day 2018 (#EEDay2018), energy providers (and their customers) are encouraged to do their part to save power (and money) by making more efficient use of power.
In this article, I will be looking at a handful of dead-simple ideas for cutting down power where it matters. To make sure I didn’t miss any good ideas, I spoke on the phone with Amy Calo, an energy-services technician in Clayton, Delaware, who confirms that heating and cooling is typically the number-one cost to consumers.
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