home is where the vampire is
When you think about your home, what is most important to you???
Addressing energy efficiency issues in your home will increase health, comfort, and safety, and decrease your monthly energy bills – leading to an:
INCREASED QUALITY OF LIFE.
Abby Lawler Morycz and I are your ReEnergize Mt. Lebanon Energy Ambassadors. We invite you to visit the Environmental Sustainability Board and the Environmental Team table at Earth Day Mt. Lebanon in Mt. Lebanon Park on Saturday to learn how energy conservation can increase your quality of life. You can contact us at ReEnergize.Mt.Lebanon@gmail.com as well.
We can show you how you can reduce energy consumption through a series of simple, moderate and advanced steps; provide an educational program for your organization; connect you with home energy experts and funding programs; and collect data on your energy savings and improved quality of life to update the Mt. Lebanon Climate Action Plan.
Simple Step 1 involves learning how your energy is used and implementing a few DIY strategies:
Simple Step 2 is understanding how electrical appliances, called Vampire Loads, waste energy.
We hope that you will join us for EARTH DAY MT. LEBANON, in MT. LEBANON PARK, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to learn more and to sign up to contribute data to the Mt. Lebanon Climate Action Plan.
Sources for images:
reenergize house – www.gtechstrategies.org
pie chart – www.energystar.gov
effects of vampire power – www.eia.doe.gov
Vampire loads – www.doe.gov