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Recognizing National Cut Your Energy Costs Day on January 10 with Energy Central's Top Energy Efficiency Content

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January 10 marks the annual celebration of National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. While this day and its noble intent has no doubt always been of high importance, this year perhaps marks the most critical time for many homes, businesses, and their power providers when it comes to conserving energy where possible. With tough economic conditions, restricted fuel supplies, and rising power prices, finding where customer can cut the fat out of their daily consumption is more of a priority than ever. 

As a nod to this important topic and day of recognition, Energy Central decided to pull the top, most-viewed articles from our Energy Efficiency Group over the past year to highlight what actions are already being taken within our community and in the wider industry. Perhaps some of the content below will inspire actions you can take in your organization and how you can engage with customers and other stakeholders. If you have additional thoughts or ideas, let's use the comments section below as an open discussion on innovative and creative ways to cut energy costs. 

  1. Does The Metaverse Really Matter To Energy?
  2. Thermal Storage and Heat Pumps Will be the Low Cost Peak Shaving Solution for Utilities and Users
  3. Are Smart Homes Actually Energy-Efficient?
  4. Six Things Utilities Must Consider While Marketing Energy Efficiency: PACMAN Model
  5. Do power providers get involved in the process of setting building efficiency codes/requirements? What is the best way they can be involved?
  6. Demand: what it is. Why it's important
  7. Energy Efficiency Evolution: New Opportunities for Utility Programs
  8. EE has peaked in California
  9. Fraud Becomes a Problem with Energy Efficiency Programs
  10. Exploring Demand Response Events Through a Smart Home Lens
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