Exciting things are going on in Connecticut, where the Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge is gearing up in 14 towns across the state. The Challenge – a Department of Energy-backed BetterBuildings efficiency program – will help Connecticut residents cut their energy waste by 20% over the next few years.
On Thursday, the program is launching Neighbor to Neighbor Lighting, a free program that will replace incandescent bulbs with CFLs in eligible homes. For free! (Did we mention that it’s free?) Homeowners will be left with the card above,
which breaks down their energy and cost savings and directs them to places where they can recycle broken or burnt-out CFLs.
Seth Leitman, author of “Green Lighting,” will be on hand for the launch event, which will take place from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on the campus of Eastern Connecticut State University. Register here to watch the event live: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/548053430
Learn more at www.ctenergychallenge.com.