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.
State Corporation Commission Contact: Andy Farmer Phone: (804) 371-9928 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Virginia Energy Sense: Use Virginia State Tax Holiday to Save Money and Energy VES Launches New Website to Better Educate Virginians on Ways to Save Energy, Highlights State Tax Holiday Savings RICHMOND – As part of its ongoing effort to inform citizens of the Commonwealth about the value of…
As part of its ongoing effort to inform citizens of the Commonwealth about the value of saving energy, Virginia Energy Sense is educating citizens about Virginia’s annual tax holiday and how they can use this holiday to purchase new energy efficient, ENERGY STAR appliances tax free.
If you’ve been following the news (or spent a minute outdoors), then you know this week may be the hottest one of the year. We pulled together some of our favorite summertime energy-saving tips to help you beat the heat, keep your AC use down and save a little money.
Understanding how we use energy is an important lesson to teach even the youngest of energy users. Though students may not currently be paying for their energy use, it is important for us all to know where our electricity comes from.
Even though you may not be responsible for your own energy costs as a college student, there are plenty of simple, low- and no-cost actions you can take to reduce your energy impact and help Virginia achieve its goal to reduce electric energy consumption by 10%.
School Operations and Maintenance (O&M) staff can play a big role in helping their schools understand and implement energy efficiency measures. O&M staff can learn more about reducing operating costs and the “easy wins” that can bring energy savings quickly with little or no cost.