Energy Stories

P.O.W.E.R. Logo Contest

We need YOU to help us design a logo,  the winning design will receive a $25 Chipotle gift card.    The Montgomery County Department of  Environmental

Celebrating Sustainable Corporate Leadership in Montgomery County

Montgomery County is a hub of development in the DC region, with new construction and renovations constantly underway. Development proves to be a great opportunity

Common utility billing questions for new solar homeowners

This article was originally published in December 2016 by Ben Delman with Solar United Neighbors -- which is still relevant today, especially if you’re participating in Montgomery

Third time is a charm! Join the Third Countywide Solar Co-op today!

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don't want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy,

Spring Tips To Save Money and Energy

On average, Americans spend about $2,000 annually on energy bills, $200 to $400 going to waste from drafts, air leaks around openings and outdated heating

One MCPS Principal Shares Her Energy Saving Story!

Principal DuBois Quick Home Energy Checkups (QHEC) are easy, free and can help save money on energy costs. But what exactly does it take to

Thermal Cameras Arrive at a Library Near You

Interested in seeing exactly where your house is losing energy but don’t want to buy an expensive thermal imaging device? Don’t fret – your local

Washington Gas Makes It Easy for Maryland Residents to Save Money on Utility Bills

Washington Gas participates in the EmPOWER Maryland initiative, helping homeowners and other residential customers throughout Maryland to reduce their energy consumption and save money on

Focus on the Here and Now: 2019 Energy Summit soars to new heights and record attendance

The sixth annual Montgomery County Energy Summit—the largest in the event’s history—was held on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at the Silver Spring Civic Building. The

Buying green electricity for your home

An important way to combat global warming is to switch our electricity supply to “green” electricity (generated from wind- and solar-powered sources, both of which
1 2 3 4 17