Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challange
|Date:||March 8, 2012|
The Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge is offering to help residents get rid of old, inefficient incandescent light bulbs in their homes and save electricity in the process.
East Haddam is one of 14 communities in the state that has been asked to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy's Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge. The goal of the program is to help reduce conventional energy usage by promoting energy-efficiency measures and encouraging the use of clean energy.
By signing up, residents can get the bulbs for their entire house with the group noting that homeowners could save approximately $100 a year by going with energy efficient compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs. Residents can visit http://ctenergychallenge.com/lighting to sign up. Email email@example.com if you have any questions.