The seventh annual Energy Efficiency Day is rapidly approaching! Join us in celebrating the multiple benefits of energy efficiency—the least expensive, fastest way to meet our energy needs, reduce consumer bills, and cut pollution—on Wednesday, October 5.
Energy Efficiency Day is a nationwide awareness event. There are many ways you can get involved, from posting on social media about the benefits of efficiency to using energy efficiency technologies to cut down on energy waste at home.
Energy efficiency is in the spotlight now. The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act includes the largest combined investments in energy efficiency in U.S. history. These investments can help save money for American consumers and businesses, improve public health, and grow the energy efficiency and clean energy industries.
Getting your community to recognize the benefits of energy efficiency is critical. Already, communities across the nation, including Colorado Springs, Colorado; Fayetteville, Arkansas; and Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, are issuing proclamations showing their commitment to using energy more efficiently.
With energy costs expected to rise this winter, efficiency must be a priority. That’s why it’s a great time for your city, county, or state to issue a proclamation in support of Energy Efficiency Day. By doing so, your community can demonstrate its leadership in supporting a clean, affordable, and prosperous future. And by using the Energy Efficiency Day proclamations toolkit, it’s easy to reach out to your local officials to ask them to participate! Last year, nearly 70 state, county, and city governments—along with the U.S. Senate and numerous universities—issued proclamations for Energy Efficiency Day.
Energy Efficiency Day’s supporters are growing in number every day. You can join us on October 5 as we work to save money, cut pollution, and create jobs! We look forward to celebrating with you.