October 9, 2018
Since 2012, Energy Action Month has served as a reminder of the importance of energy, environmental well-being, and sustainability throughout the country. By becoming aware of our energy and water usage, we can work on all levels to take conservation and efficiency actions. We've compiled some resources to help aid in energy awareness, as well as actionable ways to lower usage across all levels.
FOR RESIDENTIAL AWARENESS
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program™ (NJCEP) offers home energy assessments via their residential Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® Program. Energy efficiency rebates and energy assistance is also available.
Visit NJCleanEnergy.com/Residential to learn more.
(Please note that Donnelly Energy services commercial industries only. We’re a big fan of NJ residents going green though!)
FOR COMMERICIAL AWARENESS
For small to mid-level sized commercial buildings and businesses, Direct Install from NJCEP offers free energy assessments. (It’s what we’re here for – sign up today at www.donnellyenergy.com/contact!)
Additional commercial programs can be found at NJCleanEnergy.com/commercial-industrial.
FOR EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS
Need.org (National Energy Education Development Project) has a great planning and resource guide for teachers looking to implement energy efficiency activities during the month. Click here: http://www.need.org/content.asp?contentid=175
FOR GOVERNMENT AND FEDERAL AWARENESS
On the government and federal level, Energy.gov offers planning guides for implementing Energy Action Month awareness campaigns. https://www.energy.gov/eere/femp/energy-action-month
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