90% followed through in finding at least one way to save – with 64% stating they took at least four actions 75% of households became more aware of energy use in the home because of the Challenge 85% replaced lighting with more efficient CFLs and LEDs 69% installed high-efficiency HVAC equipment, 7-day programmable or Wi-Fi thermostats, or recycled a second refrigerator or freezer.
Sunday Talk Show Features A Discussion on Our Energy Future
In case you missed it, Sunday’s edition of White House Chronicle featured a discussion with SmartPower’s President Brian F. Keane and National Grid’s Vice President of Customer and Business Strategy, Ed White.
Along with legendary host Llewellyn King, the trio discussed everything from energy efficiency to residential solar. And King even put in a plug for Keane’s book “Green Is Good”.
Watch the full episode here:
You Can Win Just By Voting!
You may not be able to select your favorite Oscar winner, but you can help pick the winners of the Rhode Island Video Challenge. Voting is open now through February 14th!
Check out the dozens of Rhode Island Video Challenge entries and pick the ones that do the best job showing Rhode Islanders how to be more energy efficient.
Here’s what to look for: Is it fun? Is it engaging? Did
you learn something? Is it well done?
These are the questions our judges will want to know. So weigh in on your favorite videos and you can win 4 tickets to either a Bruins or Red Sox Game and a signed copy of SmartPower President Brian F. Keane’s book Green is Good.
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