Energy Stories

Electrify MC is LIVE

What is Electrify MC?  The Department of Environmental Protection in Montgomery County, Maryland, has selected Elysian Energy as its contractor for a residential electrification pilot

Keep Porchlights Warm!

Blog post written by 2024 Energy Intern, Vaniala Andriamalala Imagine you’re walking home at night, the air’s chilly enough that the tip of your nose

Pay Less for Electricity with Community Solar

This guest blog post was was written by Lyla Fitch, EnergySage Energy Advisor  If you support clean energy but cannot put solar panels on your

How your choice of energy supplier can impact your carbon footprint

In today's world, it's more critical than ever to make conscious choices about the energy we use. As global warming becomes increasingly problematic, it's essential

Meet DEP’s New Multifamily Energy Programs Manager

DEP would like to welcome Sheena Oliver to the team! Learn more about Sheena in her own words: I am excited to join the Energy,

A Summer Intern’s Experience at DEP

Daniela at Covanta 📷: Daniela Figueroa My name is Daniela, and this summer, I had the privilege of interning at the Montgomery County Department of

Capital Area Solar Co-op now in it’s Third Year has a NEW NAME: Capital Area Solar Switch

We may have a new name and new logo but Capital Area Solar Switch will continue to provide residents living around the DC area with

Montgomery Parks Works on Energy Efficient Projects

Blog post by Ilana Williams, Montgomery County 2023 Summer Climate Intern Abby Chung/Pexels Montgomery County approved a bill in 2022 to move away from fossil

Summer Reading Theme 2023: All Together Now! Help Solve the Case of the Elusive Electricity

Mischief is afoot at your local library! The library’s electricity is missing, and we need your help to find out what happened. It’s time to

Interested in saving money and making your home more climate friendly? Get $3,200 or more back on home improvements with new federal funding!

Photo Credit: UPDwell Homes This post was adapted from a City of Philadelphia article written by Anna Shugoll. It has been modified to contain Montgomery
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