In this month’s Fuel for Thought, we’ve gathered some of the latest industry news for you. The White House has declared this week to be “Energy Week,” so what better time for a new roundup.
The Trump administration designated this week as “Energy Week.” White House activities will focus on energy issues. Most important will be the president’s call for “energy dominance,” writes Timothy Cama. Stay tuned for more Energy Week news coming from Washington throughout the week. The Hill.
Energy efficiency organizations are capitalizing on Energy Week to discuss the important role efficiency plays as an electricity resource in the US. For the ACEEE blog, Patrick Kiker discusses why energy efficiency “should be included in a truly great Energy Week.” American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
Energy Efficiency Day is still a few months away (October 5, to be exact) but the event’s organizers are preparing for the big day with the Light Bulb Challenge. To participate, you simply need to replace one old light bulb with a new LED. It doesn’t get easier than that. Energy Efficiency Day.
Looking to lower your utility bill? Energy efficiency is just one of many ways that your business can reduce its energy expenses. In an article accompanied by a handy video from Constellation Energy, Matt Mansfield provides his top 10 ways to lower your bill. Small Business Trends.