Virginia Energy Sense interviewed Loudoun County Public School’s Energy and Environment Program Administrators John Lord and Mike Barancewicz. The LCPS Energy and Environment team has won multiple awards for their energy saving efforts. This is part one of a two part interview. Loudoun County Energy & Environment Team Motto “Every dollar that pays an unnecessarily high energy bill could be…
We’ve compiled a list of nine energy-saving gadgets that are sure to delight everyone on your list. Better yet, each of these unique gift ideas will present your loved ones with the opportunity to reap energy and cost savings!
The leaves have changed colors, the mornings are colder, and the sun now sets before the work day is over. Fall is officially here. We’ve set our clocks back an hour, and now it’s time to take steps to help save energy and lower our electric bill by preparing for fall’s cooler weather.
While we anticipate seeing scary creatures on Halloween, there is one creature that is with us year round and is very difficult to escape: power vampires. Power vampires are all around us, especially in our homes.
Virginia Energy Sense is charged with helping residents of the Commonwealth decrease their electricity consumption 10% below 2006 levels by 2020. As this month is Energy Action Month, we are even more focused on helping Virginians meet this important goal. To kick off our Energy Action Month activity, here’s a brief history of the spread of electricity across Virginia.