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Energy Efficiency Day
This annual event aims to raise public awareness. Many people may not realize that energy efficiency is one of the best ways to address climate change. In fact, with robust action, research shows that efficiency can get the United States halfway toward its climate goals. (Plus it saves money, creates jobs, cleans the air we breathe, and enjoys bipartisan support.)
Last year, more than 350 organizations, companies, utilities, and local governments signed on as supporters, and 59 cities, counties, states, and universities joined the U.S. Senate in issuing proclamations. We want to build on that record.
Once you sign up, you will receive regular updates, and the Energy Efficiency Day website will note your participation. Follow @ACEEEdc and @EEDay2019 on Twitter to keep track of the online conversation. Tag #EEDay2019 and share your favorite energy efficiency tips, resources and other content on social media.
Sign up for Energy Efficiency (EE) Day 2019.
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